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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Financial Feasibiliy ​Analysis of City-Owned Properties as Affordable Housing 

​​​The Mayor and City Council directed the AAHC and Administrator to conduct a financial feasibility analysis of underutilized City-owned properties to determine the suitability for affordable housing to households at 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI) or less. The analysis was presented at the November 18, 2019 City Council Meeting. The analysis was updated​ to include 415 W Washington and 350 S 5th Ave. An update was provided during a Council Work Session on June 14, 2021.

Community Engagement Process

Please go to the website below to view and provide your input on site-specific building renderings and analysis:

https://www.community-engagement-annarbor.com/

Request for Proposal AAHC-21-A Co-Developer for 121 E. Catherine and 353 S. Main

Avalon Housing

Avalon Housing Response for RFP AAHC -21-A Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

​​​CSI Support & Development​

CSI Response for RFP AAHC-21-A Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf​​

Ginosko Development Company

Ginosko Development Company -Response for RFP AAHC -21-A Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

​Lockwood Development Company

Lockwood Response for RFP AAHC -21-A 121 E CATHERINE Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

Lockwood Response for RFP AAHC -21-A 353 S Main Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

Michaels Development & First Martin

Michaels and First Martin Response for RFP AAHC -21-A Combined wiht Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

PK Companies

PK Companies Response for RFP AAHC -21-A Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

Roxbury Group & Ethos Development

Roxbury Group and Ethos Development Partners Response for RFP AAHC -21-A for 121 E Catherine and 353 S Main Combined with Exhibits and Fee Proposal.pdf

​Supporting Documents​

City Council Resolutions

R-09-273 Preservation of Open Space on Northeast Corner of First and William Stree​t​

R-18-140 Resolution to appropriate funds for the City's ownership of 350 S 5th

R-18-173 Resolution of intent for 350 S 5th

R-19-109 Directing the Planning Commission to consider the benefit of downtown affordable housing premiums

R-19-110 Directing AAHC & Administration to analyze 721 N Main

R-19-111 Directing AAHC & Administration to analyze 2000 S Industrial

R-19-116 Directing AAHC & Administration to analyze 1510 E Stadium

R-19-138 Directing AAHC & Administration to analyze 10 properties​​​​​ (including R-19-110, R19-111, and R-19-116 above)

City of Ann Arbor Brownfield Policy

R-19-419 City of Ann Arbor Brownfield Policy Adoption

R-19-320 Hiring of the SmithGroup to conduct community engagement for redevelopment of 350 S 5th (former Y site)

R-19-376 Hiring of the SmithGroup to conduct community engagement for redevelopment of 415 W Washington

R-19-514 Directing AAHC & Administration to develop 121 E Catherine as affordable housing

R-19-515​ Directing AAHC & Administration to develop 404 N Ashley as affordable housing

R-19-516 Further analysis for development at 2000 S Industrial

R-19-517 Community Engagement for Ashley/William & First/William parking lots

R-19-518 Community Engagement for 721 N Main

R-19-519 Community Engagement for 3432-3440 Platt & 3435-3443 Springbrook

R-19-520 Further analysis for development at 1510 E Stadium

R-19-521​ Directing AAHC & Administration to analyze 353 S Main

R-20-139​ Pre-Entitlement 350 S 5th Ave​

R-20-272​ Pre-Entitlement 415 W Washington

R-20-131 Community Engagement, Downtown Parking Study, and Downtown Housing Market Analysis for 4 properties
R-21-134 Land Division, Rezoning and Development 721 N Main

R-21-135 Development of 1510 E. Stadium

R-21-138​ Development 353 S. Main

Affordable Housing Zoning

Zoning Analysis

Appraisals

121 E Catherine surface parking lot

350 S Fifth (former Y site)

404 N Ashley

415 W Washington

1510 E Stadium

2000 S. Industrial

Platt - Springbrook

S. Ashley surface parking lot (Kline's lot)

353 S. Main surface parking lot

721 N Main

Income and Rent

Low Income Housing Tax Credit Income and Rents

Washtenaw County HUD Income and Rents

Policy Documents

2015 Washtenaw County Housing Affordability and Economic Equity Analysis

Ann Arbor Housing Fund Policy

Washtenaw County Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Plan

Affordable Housing Toolkit

DDA Housing Fund Overview and Grant History.pdf

Downtown Development Authority MAP with 1/4 mile Boundary

Out of Reach Report - National Low-Income Housing Coalition

Low Income Housing Tax Credit Impact on Michigan

Low Income Housing Tax Credit Impact 12th District (Includes Ann Arbor)

Legal Documents

721 N Main FEMA Deed Restriction

2000 S. Industrial Corrective Action Notice Underground Storage Tank

Map of MDNR Encumbered Area - Burns Park and Senior Center

U-M Dental Clinic Lease at 404-406 N Ashley

City Ordinance related to DDA affordable housing funding

Surveys

121 E Catherine Survey 2021-11-24.pdf

350 S. 5th ALTA survey 7-13-20.pdf

353 S Main Survey 11.24.21.pdf


Title Work

121 E Catherine Title Work 12.3.21.pdf

353 S Main Title Work 12.3.21.pdf

415 Washington Title Work 8.31.21.pdf

350 S Fifth Title Work 1.3.22.pdf

Environmental Reports

121 E Catherine Phase I ESA Report 2021.pdf

350 S. 5th Phase I ESA 2021.pdf

350 S 5th AIr Monitoring Report 4-16 to 5-5-2008B.pdf

350 S 5th Geotech Exploration-Eng. Report 2-6-2008B.pdf

350 S 5th Phase I Env. Site Assessment 4-12-2008B.pdf

353 S Main Phase I ESI without MSHDA questionnaire.pdf

415 Washington_Phase I_2013.pdf

415 W. Washington Phase 2 FINAL_COMPLETED 2013.pdf

415 W Washington flood Elevation Certificate.pdf

415 W Washington DRAIN USE APPLICATION 2018.pdf

415 W. Washington Figure 1_Proposed Boring Locations_Drain Use.pdf

415 W Washington Haz Bldg Mat's Assessment Letter Report​.pdf

415 W Washington Figure 1_Groundwater Results_brownfield.pdf

2000 S Industrial Hwy, Phase I ESA 2022.pdf

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