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By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun
While it will be some time before residents know whether affordable housing will be built at Schultz Meadow, a new affordable development will be coming just down the road.
Chicago-based Brinshore Development has already started excavation on what Senior Vice President for Brinshore Whitney Weller called a “very topographically challenged site,” as they prepare to build a 77-unit mixed-income development.
Weller said they are building the affordable housing with the help of low-income tax credits they received from the state.
“Without the tax credits, it’s really very difficult to build affordable housing,” Weller said, adding Brinshore builds only affordable or mixed-income projects across the country.