Hayden Bridge Landing is part of Homes for Good's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Phase II, and converts public housing subsidies into project based vouchers,
which will preserve at-risk federal rental subsidies by building 102 newly constructed units over two sites to replace older public housing units.
The layout includes 12 residential buildings and 1 community building tor a total of 13 buildings.
The residential portion of the site will total approximately 72,000 square feet, with an approximate additional 8,000 square feet tor bike storage, trash enclosures, patios, and other unheated space.
The community room will create a gathering space for residents and include ample space for on-site resident services such as employment counseling. financial literacy classes and reading and after school classes for children.
Moreover, the current layout proposes 105 parking spaces, a play area, and laundry facilities to support the overall nineteen 2- bedroom units, thirty-four 3 bedroom
and seventeen 1-bedroom units at the project.
Seventeen of the units will be affordable for families or individuals making 60% of Area Median Income. Resident services will be provided on-site
by Homes for Good and community partners such as financial planning and after school opportunities which will help the families and children at Hayden Bridge Landing to succeed.