By Izzy Rosales | Downtown Devil
The Phoenix City Council met Wednesday to vote on agenda items which will make housing and transportation more accessible for downtown residents.
The City Council is moving forward with entering into a contract with Dunlap and Magee Property Management to provide services to the city’s affordable housing complexes. Additionally, the city is entering agreements with consulting firms for light rail expansion to begin next month.
The City of Phoenix Housing Department created an Affordable Housing Portfolio, which is an index of the “18 multifamily residential housing properties with 1,270 rental units that provide affordable housing to low-to-moderate income residents,” according to the formal agenda.