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Area Developers Get $8.8M From Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund

Advocates say the city needs more affordable housing. Developers receiving funds this year from the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund aim to deliver on that front.

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Advocates say Louisville needs more affordable housing. Developers receiving funds this year from the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund aim to deliver on that front.

The Trust Fund allocated nearly $8.8 million to developers who will create or preserve 1,115 units across Louisville, the city announced this week.

Metro Government To Hold Public Meetings On Housing Needs Assessment

Louisville Metro Government will host three public meetings this week on housing, aimed at developing a housing needs assessment for the city.

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Louisville Metro Government will host three public meetings this week on housing, aimed at developing a housing needs assessment for the city.

Led by the Louisville Metro Office of Housing & Community Development, and the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund, the assessment will examine housing market trends to determine what affording housing opportunities and concerns need to be addressed in Louisville.

To help all of us, Louisville must invest in public housing

Greg Fischer, Opinion contributor | Published 1:08 p.m. ET May 24, 2018

Our city is experiencing tremendous economic momentum:

• 72,000 new private sector jobs in the last seven years.

• 2,500 new businesses.

• Nearly $13 billion in capital investment.

• Wages are up. Unemployment is low, and thousands of jobs are open.

But like any city, we have challenges – like making sure that our prosperity benefits everyone. Being a city of compassion means we must be dedicated to ensuring that everyone has an opportunity to reach their full human potential.

Louisville requests public input for future of its affordable ho – WDRB 41 Louisville News

The Louisville Metro Office of Housing and Community Development is teaming up with the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund to create a Housing Needs Assessment for the city.

Posted: May 23, 2018 5:44 PM EDT | Updated: May 23, 2018 6:44 PM EDT

Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund allocates FY18 funds

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 7, 2018

Media Contact:
Will Ford 574-5170/322-5642
Jessica Wethington, 574-5174/386-0573

Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund allocates FY18 funds
Allocation was celebrated at groundbreaking of a development in Middletown

LOUISVILLE, KY (March 7, 2018)—The Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund (LAHTF) has announced the allocation of FY18 funds. LAHTF allocated about $8.76 million to 22 different projects which will assist in the creation or preservation of 1,115 units to projects in 8 Metro Council Districts.

Because of Trust Fund dollars,

Press Release: Develop Louisville’s Office of Housing and Community Development and the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund to host informational meetings

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 22, 2017

Media Contact:
Will Ford 574-5170/322-5642
Jessica Wethington, 574-5174/386-0573

Develop Louisville’s Office of Housing and Community Development and the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund to host informational meetings
New funding available for affordable housing development

LOUISVILLE, KY (September 22, 2017)-Develop Louisville’s Office of Housing and Community Development and the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund (LAHTF) will jointly host four informational meetings to discuss new funding opportunities available through the Louisville Creating Affordable Residences for Economic Success {CARES) Program and the LAHTF’s funding pools.

Press Release: Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund allocates FY17 funds

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 19, 2016

Media Contact:
Will Ford 502-574-5170
Jessica Wethington 502-574-5174

Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund allocates FY17 funds
$2.35 million will assist in creating 326 affordable housing units

LOUISVILLE, KY (December 19, 2016)—Mayor Greg Fischer joined the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund (LAHTF) today to announce the recipients of LAHTF funds that were allocated in the FY17 budget. A total of $2.35 million will be distributed to six local agencies to supplement the financing of 326 affordable housing units.