Michigan awards $3.3M to development projects

DETROIT (AP) - The state has awarded more than $3.3 million to six development projects in the Detroit area.

The Michigan State Housing Development Authority says the projects include affordable housing developments in Oakland and Wayne counties.

The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit funds are for construction and rebuilding work.

In Oakland County, the state says the Community Housing Network has been awarded funds to help construct Unity Park Phase III.

The Detroit projects include about $1.1 million for Ryan Court Apartments as well as funding for the Architects Building project, the Bonita Lofts project and another affordable apartment complex. Another project in Wayne County is the Adams Senior Village rehabilitation in Westland.




Published: Mon, Jul 20, 2015