By Mark Carlisle | YourValley
To helps some of its residents in need of housing assistance, Glendale is allocating money toward a new public housing development and revamping its application process to make it more accessible and keep residents from getting bogged down on the waitlist for housing assistance.
New housing project
Helping Hands Housing Services, a subsidiary of UMOM, is building a 72-unit public housing apartment complex called Bethany Crossing near 69th Avenue and Bethany Home Road. Glendale is loaning $390,000 of federally allocated money for the $31.4 million project. The project is expected to break ground in late spring or early summer and is scheduled to finish by the end of July 2021.