Everyone needs housing. Yet for some, meeting this basic need is nearly impossible. This is especially true in Orange County, where rents and the costs of home ownership have skyrocketed. For many, it is a significant hardship to simply live and work within the same City.
Tustin’s City Council is keenly aware of the need for quality housing for its residents. Many city-assisted projects already exist in Tustin and in response to current need, more are on the way. The Tustin Housing Authority continues efforts to provide the local workforce with access to quality housing through rental and home ownership opportunities for lower-income families.
The Tustin Housing Authority is responsible for increasing, improving, and preserving the community’s supply of low- and moderate-income housing available at affordable housing cost.
- It’s good for the community! People with stable rents and home ownership are more likely to stick around and be involved in their community.
- New or rehabilitated properties aid economic development and revitalize neighborhoods.
- It’s good for business! Affordable homes attract workers and strengthen our local workforce.
Currently under construction, Anton Legacy is a 225 unit, affordable apartment project. The unit mix will include 88 Very Low Income, 73 Low Income, and 64 Moderate Income Units. It is anticipated applications for pre-leasing will be accepted sometime in August of 2014.
A current pricing list is not available at this time, but interested individuals can put their name on an interest list by completing a registration form at www.antonlegacy.com or by calling 714-258-2250.
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