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174 N King Street

First condominium project from the CHT that provides stable, affordable housing for 41 people in our community. On average,
King Street homeowners have served Teton County for over 14 years; cumulatively, they have given
back over 10,000 volunteer hours.

In response to the acute need for more permanently Affordable housing for the workforce, the Jackson Town Council kicked off 2020 with a gift of land and capital to the Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust. . The condos on King Street were made possible by generous philanthropy, a pilot program designed to facilitate partnerships with local employers, and support from the Jackson Town Council, breaking ground on May 15th 2020.


This 24 condominium development provides stable, Affordable housing for 41 people in our

community. On average, King Street homeowners have served Teton County for

over 14 years; cumulatively giving back over 10,000 volunteer hours.

From the lowest cost unit to the highest cost unit, the condos at King Street were

priced to be affordable to households earning between $51,278 (63% AMI) and

$99,397 (86% AMI).


Of the opportunity to purchase a home at King Street, Leslie and David Gomez

said, “It has had a profound and measurable impact on our family and on our quality

of life. Living here gives us peace of mind that that we're all in the same area versus

being over the hill, which was incredibly stressful. To have the priceless time back in our

day means more family time and more time to enjoy this beautiful place.”

The Gomez’s have worked for the Forest Service for over 23 years.

24

Homes

41 people

Served