DETROIT—The Michigan State Housing Development Authority is set to request funds Jan. 14 through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for theof 32 rental units here on a brownfield property on Bagley Avenue, west of Michigan 10 freeway.
The Scotten Park Limited Dividend Housing Association LP will accept about $6.7 million in state and federal incentives to build the apartments. Eight of the units will be rented as low-income housing. The target population for the project is families and individuals with incomes between 30 percent and 60 percent of area median income.
Even though theis designated a brownfield, the state has decided not to prepare an environmental impact statement. The site has “no significant adverse impacts or hazards,” according to a MSHDA statement.