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Affordability Unlocked Development Bonus Program Applicant Guide
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Affordable Housing , Incentive Zoning, Healthy Communities    
Texas
Municipal
Austin’s “Affordability Unlocked” program provides waivers and bonuses in exchange for setting aside at least 50% of a new development’s units for a minimum of 40 years for rental and 99 years for ownership units. In rental units, 20% of all units must meet 50% AMI and affordable units must be affordable to households at 60% AMI or below to qualify. 25% of affordable units must either (a) have two or more bedrooms, (b) serve as supportive housing, or (c) serve as elderly housing. For sale units, affordable unit prices must be affordable to hous.. Read More
Culdesac Tempe: A Car-Free Neighborhood
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Affordable Housing , Mixed/Multiple Use, Pedestrian Oriented Design (POD), Transit Oriented Development (TOD), Density    
Arizona
Municipal
Culdesac Tempe is a car free neighborhood in Arizona that has 636 housing units on 16 acres. All buildings are connected via walkways and courtyards. The development also has a bike share program and is located next to public transit. This is a mixed-use, high-density zone to encourage pedestrian-oriented development that provides housing opportunities for a variety of income levels... Read More
Housing Choices (House Bill 2001)
Date Added: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Affordable Housing , Zoning, Density    
Oregon
State
This Bill was enacted in 2019 to create more affordable and diverse housing. In Oregon, more than 25% of households are single person, and housing options must grow to reflect that. HB 2001 requires all residential districts in medium-sized cities to allow for duplex housing and requires all large cities to allow for duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, cottage clusters, and townhouses to meet the housing needs of Oregon’s diverse population. Oregon sets minimum standards for each housing type in order to ensure that these needs are being met. The .. Read More
Seattle, WA Removes Barriers to ADU Development
Date Added: Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Accessory Uses , Healthy Communities    
Washington
Municipal
Recently enacted zoning legislation that removes significant barriers to ADU development in order to address the city’s housing crisis. The new code removes off-street parking and owner occupancy requirements while also streamlining the approval process for ADU development. Seattle also created a user-friendly website to simplify the process for its residents, connecting homeowners considering ADUs to members of the design and construction community, even addressing the high cost of ADU development through access to low-interest financing.. Read More