The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation is using its latest tax credit award to rehab 26 duplexes and a community facility.
Tribal elders, 55 and older, live in the duplexes. When rehabbed, residents will enjoy:
- new kitchens and bathrooms
- new flooring
- new paint
- repaired exteriors
- upgraded HVAC and electrical systems.
The community facility will feature new laundry equipment and improved accessibility.
The duplexes are conveniently located on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Reservation. Residents have easy access to the housing department office, community laundry room, the elder community center, walking paths, and the Boys and Girls Club that has elder hours.
Travois Design is the architect for the development and will monitor the construction phase.
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- Native Organization: Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation
- Asset Management Client
- Design and Construction Features
- Date Completed:
- Development Type: Rehab
- Project Status: Credits Awarded
- Total Homes: 26
- Total Project Cost: $3,787,994
- Total Investor Equity: $2,404,221