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Analysis of City-Owned Properties as Affordable Housing

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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.

Supporting Documents​

City Council Resolutions

R-19-138 Directing AAHC & Administrator to analyze 10 properties​​​​​ including R-19-110, R19-111, and R-19-116 below

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

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

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

City of Ann Arbor Brownfield Policy

R-09-273 Preservation of Open Space on Northeast Corner of First and William Street

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