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More affordable housing units coming to Highland Park

Much-needed affordable housing units will be coming to Highland Park later this year, as part of a long-standing working relationship between the city and a nonprofit housing organization.

The grant agreement between the Highland Park Community Land Trust program and Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) for this year’s scattered-site affordable housing plan was approved by the city’s Housing Commission on Feb. 7.

The grant from the Community Land Trust (CLT) provides 20% of CPAH’s bid, or $255,000, for the organization to purchase, rehabilitate and sell three single-family homes.

CPAH President Rob Anthony said CPAH has been working with the city since 2004 to develop more affordable housing. Anthony added that the city typically supports three CLT homes a year, but sometimes CPAH takes five homes or focuses on rental units, depending on the market.

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