24 new affordable homes at 174 N. King St.

An excerpt from the News and Guide:

"One of Jackson’s key housing projects has switched hands, as the Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust takes over development of workforce units downtown.

Now the local Housing Trust will build 24 units priced for workers with a more midrange income.

The Housing Trust’s revised proposal — which is identical to the one it submitted in early 2018, when the council first chose Westmount — calls for 24 ownership units for a mix of income ranges from 80% to 120% of the local average.

The plan requires $3.4 million in public subsidy, but director Anne Cresswell said she is confident the Housing Trust can raise about $2.1 million through private philanthropy. The town would use some of its $2 million in housing funds to cover the difference."

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