Affordable Housing Tag

The Harvey, a mixed-use project at 501 E 2700 South was approved by the Planning Commission on February 9.  The request was for a planned development of 15 residential and one commercial unit, in the CN (Neighborhood Community Zone) to be privately owned. You can...

Salt Lake City's Planning Division is considering zoning amendments to encourage the construction of additional affordable housing.  This may include an affordable housing overlay that would modify zoning requirements in some areas of the city. An affordable housing overlay zoning district would provide incentives to developers...

The larger building of this pair will be before the Planning Commission on January 26 at 5:30.  We have seen this a number of times at both the Land Use and Zoning (LUZ) Committee, and at some whole SHCC meetings.  This building has been undergoing...

UPDATE 12/30/20 Three emails sent to City council on this subject This is a  map of District 7 Proposed Zoning SRO  which shows places where Shared Housing would be allowed. DEFINITION: A residential dwelling facility containing individual, self-contained, dwelling units none of which may exceed five hundred (500) square...

  FINAL UPDATE: This plan was approved by the Planning Commision October 13, 2021. UPDATE: Above is a drawing of the current plans that will go before the Planning Commission October 13. The rezone was approved by the Planning Commission and the City Council approved the rezone...

The city wants our feedback on an "AFFORDABLE HOUSING OVERLAY ORDINANCE"  This would allow affordable housing many places  in our city, without much oversight in terms of getting public comment, planning input or review by the Planning Commission, as long as it meets certain criteria....

UPDATE:  The project has received all the funding, and the entire building will be affordable units, 25-55% of AMI.  1,2,3, and 4-bedroom units.  Might break ground as early as August. UPDATE:  The Rezone from R1/7000 to RMU-45 Residential Mixed Use was approved by the City Council...