The 1950s-era Love Apartments was purchased in 2006 by the Central Community Redevelopment Agency to be redeveloped for new affordable housing. After 10 years, a developer is trying to get it done, but will rely on the competitive, and lucky, tax credit system to make it happen.
The 1950s-era Love Apartments was purchased in 2006 by the Central Community Redevelopment Agency to be redeveloped for new affordable housing. After 10 years, a developer is trying to get it done, but will rely on the competitive, and lucky, tax credit system to make it happen. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com
The 1950s-era Love Apartments was purchased in 2006 by the Central Community Redevelopment Agency to be redeveloped for new affordable housing. After 10 years, a developer is trying to get it done, but will rely on the competitive, and lucky, tax credit system to make it happen. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com

Area sadly lacking in low-income housing

December 29, 2016 4:19 PM

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