Healthy Housing Foundation has announced plans for an innovative complex to address the devastating affordable housing crisis affecting low-income and other residents in Broward County.
The Healthy Housing Foundation Powered by AHF, in partnership with an array of community stakeholders including the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, United Way of Broward County, Urban League of Broward County, Mount Olive Development Corporation, have joined forces to collaborate on innovatively addressing the housing crisis in Ft. Lauderdale. Through the development of a residential campus with affordable housing options for low-income and other residents, the collaborative initiative, led by The Healthy Housing Foundation is proactively addressing the housing crisis currently disproportionately impacting thousands of Broward residents.
“Given the dire need to address the affordable housing crisis that confronts Broward County, I am so pleased that so many local community leaders and elected officials have joined forces with the Healthy Housing Foundation to support this development that will truly shift the trajectory for so many of those in need”
Fort Lauderdale Housing Complex
In early 2017, HHF purchased 1.6 acres of undeveloped land in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. With the help of Glavovic Studio architects, the land will be developed into a 15-story, 689-unit affordable housing complex.