Charlotte City Council Approves $12.4 Million for Affordable Housing Spending


​Charlotte’s City Council just voted to approved a massive $12.4 million spending plan to help build several new low-income housing developments around our city.

The city said the new funding will provide funds for potentially 602 new homes for low-income families.

According to a press release, “The city received 12 proposals from developers. With limited trust fund support available, the council on Monday approved financing seven of the proposed developments.”

Here are where all the communities currently slated to receive the funds are located: