CARSON CITY, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – The final prizes for a $500 million affordable housing project have been announced by the state of Nevada.
The project was established in April, and the first prizes were given out in October.
The Northern Nevada Community Housing Resource Board was granted $39.4 million to create Eagles Landing Phases 1-4 for 126 affordable housing units in Carson City.
Washoe County received $21.9 million for their project, 1800 Threikel St. CARES Campus in Reno, which will provide 50 affordable housing units. These flats will serve as transitory accommodation for persons who are leaving the CARES facility.
Eddy House in Reno received $6.5 million for the Transitional Living Community to help their present homeless juvenile population.
As part of the effort, Ulysses Development Group LLC and the Reno Housing Authority received grant funds.
“I’m so proud that through collaboration across all levels of the public and private sector we’ve made Nevada’s single-largest investment into affordable housing to tackle one of our state’s most complex issues. Now, developers can get shovels into the ground and construction projects across the finish line,” said Governor Sisolak.
“These projects will create positive change for generations of Nevadans ensuring that more families and underserved, low-income communities will be able to find an affordable home. Finding a home for just one more Nevadan has been my goal since day one and this initiative will provide a safe place for thousands of Nevadans across the state.”
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