Developing Affordable Housing on Brownfields – A Natural Connection by Jason Lichtstein


Originally published in The Florida Housing Coalition - Volume 28, No. 2.

Affordable housing developers naturally understand the value of urban infill sites to their projects, given their central location and proximity to existing infrastructure, population, and community amenities already in place.

Designed to encourage the cleanup and redevelopment of Brownfield sites – including as affordable housing – the State of Florida offers a strong range of incentives to spark the interest of affordable housing fans. As a result, if you’re developing or putting together a new affordable housing development, you may want to take a close look at Florida’s Brownfield incentives.

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