Feds Dole Out $26 Million to City of Miami For Affordable Housing
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development sent affordable housing developers in Miami-Dade County an early Christmas present.
This past October 16, HUD secretary Shaun Donovan announced 18 south Florida cities will receive $69 million for community development grants, homeowner assistance programs, emergency shelter grants, and housing for people with HIV/AIDS.
The pot of money includes $26.2 million for Miami, $1.4 million for Miami Gardens, $3 million for Miami Beach, $1.7 million for North Miami and $6.7 million for Hialeah.
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