Working with the city, developers are looking for ways to breathe new life into three former metro Phoenix malls by creating multi-use sites that include housing.
A judge has ordered Phoenix to clean up a homeless encampment that spans nearly 10 blocks in the city’s downtown area.
There will be 368 units near the southeast corner of 67th and Glendale avenues, with rent ranging from $497 to $1,837 per month. Housing subsidies will also be available to tenants.
Tempe residents in May will have the chance to vote on three propositions that would pave the way for an entertainment district that opponents say would ignore the needs of the community.
The ordinance protects residents who rely on aid such as housing vouchers, veteran's benefits, or social security from being denied housing due to their source of income.
The city of Phoenix has turned an empty lot in the downtown area into a showcase for local company Steel + Spark’s SPARKBOX refurbished shipping container homes.
The new UMOM complex, called Newsom Village, offers 60 units for families at or below 60% of the Phoenix area’s median income.
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