County provides $70,000 local match for Colonnade Park Apartments project

Tammy Harris, Housing Services Director, John Edstrom, Rehab Specialist and Michelle Alford Housing Coordinator, conduct an on-site inspection and walk-through of the Coon Thursday, June 11, 2020.)

Citrus County Housing Services (CCHS) Division provided a $70,000 local match using State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) funds for the Colonnade Park affordable housing development in Inverness on Colonnade Street.

The development consists of 106, one-and two-bedroom units, and is slated for completion by the end of 2020.

The developer for the Colonnade Park project (Green Mill) also built the Forest Ridge affordable housing development in Hernando.

Rents will be based on income and family size; the complex will also accept Housing Choice and HUD VASH Vouchers also known as the Housing Services Divisions Section 8 Program.  The apartments will be professionally managed with onsite amenities such as, a pool, fitness center clubhouse and game room.

“There is a need for this type of housing in the county,” said Housing Services Division Director Tammy Harris. “Many families are just one unexpected expense away from being broke and two paychecks away from being homeless.”

At this time two hundred local families are receiving subsidized housing vouchers through CCHS allowing them an affordable place to live.

In addition, another approximately 300 more are currently on a waiting list.

For more information on this program, call 352-527-7520.

4 thoughts on “County provides $70,000 local match for Colonnade Park Apartments project”

  1. I think it’s wonderful!!! Do you have two bedrooms and two bathrooms and what would you need to move in $

  2. What do I need to do to be eligible for one of these apartments I am a senior and living on social security $900.00 thank you.

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