• Piotr Boruslawski

Housing Equity Fund

West Island cities can ascertain a percent of revenue made from the sale of city land to be placed into a reserve fund for new affordable housing. Cities can then invest in purpose-built, stabilized multi-family affordable rental housing in partnership with strong, existing non-profit and co-operative operators. City officials can draw on extensive development, operating and financing experience to structure investment opportunities that are customized to their residents’ needs, while also creating long-term community benefit.

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