Expected to be completed in fall 2016, the Town Center Greens by the nonprofit Central City Concern, will be a three-story apartment building that provides affordable housing, plus social services, to 60 families. The one- and two-bedroom apartments will be rented to those who earn between 30 percent and 60 percent of the area’s median income.
The project will provide “supportive” affordable housing to under-served renters – victims of domestic violence, families with children who have been homeless, and people interested in rebuilding their lives and being good parents. Central City Concern will provide extensive on-site supportive services, including basic life skills, employment and educational development, recovery, parenting and wellness support. The Town Center Greens will feature two full-time staff members to assist residents with life and job skills training, addiction recovery and parenting.
Rendering courtesy of Scott Edwards Architects.