Affordable housing coming to south Phoenix has critics

By Megan Taros | AZ Central

A developer plans to build 161 mixed-income apartments and 64 townhomes in south Phoenix where residents can work toward ownership, but critics say say the homes aren’t affordable enough.

The project, by Chicanos Por La Causa, has promised that 10 of the units will go to residents earning 30% to 60% of Maricopa County’s median income of $77,800 for a single family.

Eligible renters are capped at 60% of this area median income, making it 100% affordable according to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development standards.

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