Anaheim officials plan to build 3,112 new affordable rental and ownership housing units, as well as rehabilitate existing facilities in at-risk developments throughout the city by 2014.
The City Council yesterday approved the 2009-2014 Strategic Plan. It will build upon an earlier program that called for the construction of 1,562 units for households ranging in income from extremely low to moderate. Since it was adopted, 523 units have been completed, 192 are in construction and another 847 are in the pipeline.
The new plan includes completion of the original goal of 1,562 units, and it extends the project through 2014 and establishes a production target of 1,550 units. The total combined objective: to build a total of 3,112 such units.
Here's a breakdown of the new 2009-2014's production goals:
850 new construction rentals
Extremely low: 75
Very low: 375
400 new construction homeownership
Extremely low: 0
Very low: 50
300 rehabilitation of existing structures/preserve at-risk projects
Extremely low: 50
Very low: 100
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