Detroit Housing for the Future Fund's Investment, Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing Units



Detroit — Ground was broken Thursday on a $6.6 million apartment complex in the Woodbridge neighborhood by city officials and developers George N’Namdi and Roderick Hardamon.

The N’Namdi Holdings and URGE Development Group project, which is a part of a vision the Black developers have for the West End Gallery District featuring retail, restaurants, housing and galleries, is the first to receive funds from the $48 million Detroit Housing for the Future Fund that assists in the creation of affordable housing in the city’s neighborhoods....  Read the full article here.