More Permanent Supportive Housing for Homeless People Is on Its Way to Central Florida!

Construction is expected to start soon on a 102-unit affordable housing development in Edgewood, designed specifically to support formerly homeless people and people with special needs. Once complete, Durham Place will make a small, albeit much-needed dent in Florida’s deficit of affordable housing units.

While permanent supportive housing communities are pricey to develop, tax incentives can help developers bring them to life. Groups like Neighborhood Lending Partners and Wendover Housing – the partnership behind Warley Park and Durham Place – take advantage of significant tax breaks provided through Florida’s “Sadowski fund,” the state’s affordable housing funding mechanism.

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