Friday, January 8, 2016

Metro's hypocrisy about affordable housing.

MDHA not requiring affordable housing for 3 hot properties

 by Joey Garrison, The Tennessean, 1/8/16 - Three prized city properties in the trendy Rolling Mill Hill neighborhood of downtown Nashville are on the market — and each is owned by the Metro agency whose core mission includes creating affordable housing opportunities.

But as the Metro Development and Housing Agency seeks financial offers from developers for the parcels, the agency is not requiring that affordable housing be included in their building plans.
That’s the case even though the issue of adding more affordably priced homes has entered the forefront of public discussion in rapidly gentrifying Nashville. (read more)


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