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Phoenix senior housing may become cheaper apartments

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By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic

Downtown Phoenix has no “workforce housing” — housing that is affordable to people who make between $38,000 and $48,000 annually — according to the city.

There’s been a resurgence of housing development in the downtown core, but nearly all of it is luxury apartments that are not affordable to middle-income individuals and families.

The city is contemplating demolishing a small senior-housing apartment complex just south of Interstate 10 at Third and Moreland streets to make way for a high-rise, work-force apartment tower.


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