Monday, June 14, 2021

Daytona Beach could get five more affordable housing sites

DAYTONA BEACH — Among the items Daytona Beach city commissioners will consider at their meeting Wednesday night are proposals to donate five city-owned lots to a new local housing program and allow a new tattoo parlor to open on Main Street.

The housing program is called Homes Bring Hope, and it was just launched last month.

Homes Bring Hope is on a quest to transform as many low-income renters into homeowners as possible. The program’s goal is to make 12 renters homeowners by the end of this year. The hope is that tally can be doubled to 24 new homeowners in 2022.

Read more about Daytona housing efforts:New Daytona Beach program offering extensive help to turn low-income renters into homeowners

The program’s leaders are already starting to purchase homes in Daytona Beach, and if city commissioners approve the donation of the city-owned land that will allow for construction of five more homes for the new initiative.

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