City Council votes to help developers build and renovate hundreds of apartments for low-income residents through its Affordable Housing Fund.
Housing Shortage Drives Price Spike
Data shows ‘unprecedented’ 22 percent increase in local housing costs last year, as demand outstrips supply.
Lending a Hand for Housing
Council approves a $2 million loan to the developers of an affordable housing complex at a blighted site on Asheville Highway in East Knoxville.
Kincannon’s Focus: Housing, Violence Prevention and Sustainability
The mayor’s budget proposal contains new initiatives but no property tax increase. That could change in future years.
Setting It in Stone
A proposal is in the works to turn the city’s spending policies on affordable housing into a legally binding commitment.
Building Second Chances
East Knoxville’s historic Dogan-Gaither Courts building will become home to men reentering society after prison.
Affordable Housing Outside City Limits
Low-to-moderate income households struggle in the suburban and rural areas of Knox County, too. A new five-year plan sets out priorities to help them.
Deploying HUD Resources
The Rogero administration is finalizing plans for spending more than $4 million in federal federal housing funds.
Funding Affordable Housing
City Council will consider subsidizing low-income apartments at two Knoxville affordable housing projects.
Austin Homes Reimagined
KCDC presents a plan to create a mixed-income community at one of Knoxville’s oldest public housing projects.
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