Nonprofit breaks ground on affordable housing for Tucson veterans

This is what the new apartments might look like when they are completed in September 2020. The complex will have a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units. / Renderings courtesy Poster Mirto McDonald / Arizona Daily Star

By Carmen Duarte | Arizona Daily Star

Esperanza en Escalante, a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing to homeless veterans and their families, will break ground Thursday on 50 new apartments, which are expected to be completed by next September.

This is the second phase of a housing project, also named Esperanza en Escalante, at 3710 S. Calle Polar, east of South Wilmot and south of East Golf Links roads.

The estimated $10.5-million project will have one-, two- and three-bedroom units, said Pat Beauchamp, director of operations for the organization.

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