Monday, December 11, 2017

UPDATE: Oak Ridge Apartments expands options for low-income housing in Middleton


Oak Ridge will take over the site of a former softball diamond.

Photos by Retiring Guy

New Middleton housing complex to include 'grandfamily' units.  (Capital Times, 12/3/2017)
The Oak Ridge development project is an 83-unit mixed income independent senior living center and is being developed by the JT Klein Company. Of the total units, 70 will be set aside for tenants with incomes between 30 and 60 percent of the county median, which is between $25,550 and $51,120 for a family of four.



Dane County contributed $665,000 to the approximately $14 million project through its affordable housing fund, following the Board of Supervisors’ approval Thursday. The project also received $882,958 in low-income housing tax credits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority.

It's a quibble, but these do appear to be maple trees.



Original 5/16/2017 post, "The Oak Ridge Apartments will soon join Meadow Ridge", starts here.

The Oak Ridge Apartments, not to be confused with the Oakridge Apartments on Cypress Way in Madison, will be constructed on a former softball field on Lisa Lane, which is perpendicular to Laura Lane and parallel to Donna Drive.

Photo by Retiring Guy

Orange arrow marks approximate location where above photo was taken.

Source;  City of Middleton (orange arrow added)

Related post:
Meadow Ridge series.

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