Ypsilanti
5:53 am
Tue February 25, 2014

Ypsilanti To Hold Workshop on Affordable Housing Tonight

Ypsilanti residents tonight will have an opportunity to learn more about a proposed housing complex  in the Water Street re-development area tonight.  City Planner Teresa Gillotti says the developer is expanding the Water Street Flats project from its initial plan offering. Originally, the 12-million dollar development was to have 76-units of affordable housing. That figure is now 90-units. 

Proposed "Water Street Flats" affordable housing project
Credit Herman and Kittle Properties

Ypsilanti City Planner Teresa Gillotti comments on the proposed "Water Street Flats" affordable housing project.

Construction on the project was originally planned for October of this year, but has been pushed back to March of 2015 due to the complexity of the project.  A purchase agreement for the property is expected to come before city council next month.

The City Council workshop will be held at 7pm tonight in council chambers at 1 S. Huron Street.