Austin, Texas – The Austin Housing Finance Corporation will share information about affordable housing for Tannehill Lane through a series of virtual community meetings. Austin needs more affordable housing, and the Austin Housing Finance Corporation wants the community’s input on plans to develop it in your neighborhood.
“Our goal is to provide accessible housing for the community to help benefit the neighborhood and its residents,” said Travis Perlman, AHFC Project Coordinator. “There are many families that love living in these areas but are at risk of being able to afford to do so; and we want to change that.”
The mission of AHFC is to generate and implement strategic housing solutions for the benefit of low- and moderate-income Austin residents.
AHFC's primary functions are to issue single-family and multi-family bonds for the financing of reasonably priced housing and assist the City of Austin in the delivery of reasonably priced housing programs using HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds granted to the City by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
What: We will be hosting a series of virtual Zoom community meetings for Tannehill Lane to share more information and ideas for implementing affordable housing solutions within the neighborhood. The first of three meetings will be held at the beginning of March.
Where / When:
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Tannehill Lane Affordable Housing Development Project
Virtual Community Meeting
Register here: http://bit.ly/TannehillMarch2021
For meeting details and more information on the project, please visit TannehillDevelopmentATX.com
ABOUT AUSTIN HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION
The Austin Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) was created in 1979 as a public, nonprofit corporation and instrumentality of the City of Austin under the provisions of the Texas Housing Finance Corporation Act, Chapter 394, and Local Government Code. The Austin City Council serves as the AHFC’s Board of Directors.