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New senior housing OK’d in east Mesa

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Minnesota developer Dominium recently completed the rehabilitation of this senior housing complex in Tolleson. While the company has not yet unveiled its look for a seniors complex in east Mesa, it got enthusiastic support from Mesa officials recently, partly because it provides affordable housing for seniors and partly because it will help revitalize the area around Broadway and Hawes roads. . / Special to the Tribune

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune

A proposed new senior housing development in East Mesa would bring affordable rents to east Mesa for residents who are at least 55 years old, while upgrading an area in need of revitalization.

A proposed new senior housing development in East Mesa would bring affordable rents to east Mesa for residents who are at least 55 years old, while upgrading an area in need of revitalization.

With these goals in mind, the Mesa City Council recently committed $500,000 in federal housing funds to the Broadway and Hawes Senior Housing Development proposed by Dominium, a Minnesota developer that specializes in affordable housing.

The three-story development would have 237 units. The federal money allocated to Mesa, along with $21 million in federal tax credits allocated to the Arizona Department of Housing, would allow Dominium to obtain another $31 million in private financing needed to complete the housing development, said Liz Morales, Mesa’s housing and community development manager.

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