Sunday, February 9, 2014
Senior Urban Housing Development Opens | KJZZ.org
Another senior urban housing development was unveiled Thursday afternoon, this time in Mesa. The 81-unit complex is located downtown.
Encore on First is walking distance from the Mesa Arts Center, restaurants and shops. It was built with money from a tax credit. Private investors put money into the development and in turn get a federal tax break.
This arrangement ultimately means residents pay lower rent. Roberta Becker moved in a few weeks ago. She said the complex fit all her needs as an active senior.
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