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The city on Monday celebrated investments of more than $150 million to add hundreds of affordable housing units across the city with the aid of low-income housing tax credits.


The $20 million project will be co-developed by Wallick Communities of New Albany, Ohio, and Southfield-based Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. Rents will be determined by income and range from $335 to $765 per month, officials said. 


Hartford Village, a retirement community next to the Lewis College site, offers 20% affordable housing units. Administrative assistant Sandra Hunter noted the units are full and there is a large demand for more in the area. 

Read more: Detroit News