Affordable Housing

Our 7-point, 203-Million Dollar plan to address affordable housing in Detroit is to ensure every Detroit has a place to call home.

Through unprecedented collaboration our programs will establish a housing services division, rehab vacant apartment buildings for units to be rented at affordable rates (with the option to buy), and help 600 Detroiters become homeowners through a down-payment assistance program, and help residents secure good-paying jobs. And that’s just scratching the surface.

Affordable Housing by the numbers
$203M Affordable Housing Plan
Eviction Help - More than 15k Detroiters received free legal help to fight eviction
6500 Affordable Housing Units Preserved


Mayor Duggan, developers celebrate opening of Midtown's Woodward West, featuring affordable housing, new retailers 

Duggan and Sheffield help open The Freelon at Sugar Hill, adding 68 units to Midtown, including housing for vets

U-SNAP-BAC, councilmembers & community celebrate overhaul, preservation of 64 units of affordable housing