The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved $17 million in funding for affordable housing projects, the county announced Monday, $6 million of which will go toward a new Glendale project.

Overall, the funding will add more than 600 new units to the region’s affordable housing stock. A hotel conversion will add 50 housing units, and new construction will add 368 units in the West Valley and 192 units in central Phoenix.

The Gorman Group, a Phoenix-based financial consulting firm, has been awarded $6 million to construct 368 new affordable rental units at the southeast corner of 67th and Glendale avenues in Glendale, the county announced. The project, named Centerline on Glendale, will take place in two phases.

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J.D. Manning
Author: J.D. Manning founder and administrator. Arrowhead resident and Realtor, The Arrowhead Agent with eXp Realty