L2P Westside

L2P Westside

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

L2P is new-construction, affordable housing, consisting of 41 single-family houses for rent.  The homes will transition to homeownership after the initial 15-year rental compliance period. In year 16, the homes are sold at substantially discounted prices, granting significant equity to the homebuyer.  Excavation for the first few foundations began in January 2021 and completion for the first phase of 6-8 homes is expected in late summer 2021. 

The homes are energy efficient, designed to complement the surrounding neighborhood, and feature front porches, storage sheds, laundry hook-ups and off-street parking.  Thirty-four homes are two-story, wood frame and vinyl sided, with full basements, offering 1160-1169 sq ft of living space. Each provides a kitchen/dining area, living room and half-bath on the first floor and three-bedrooms and full bath on the second floor.  Seven of the homes, set aside for persons with physical disabilities, offer 949 sq ft of space with a slab on grade foundation to meet accessibility requirements, and include a kitchen/dining area, living room, two-bedrooms, and full bath all on one level. 

Qualified residents must have incomes at or below 60% of area median based on family size (see chart below).  Residents are required to provide basic, loving-care maintenance of their homes and yards and participation in home maintenance training and financial counseling is required. 

April 15, 2021 Lottery Recording:

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Income Requirements

 

Household Size

2021

Max Income 50% AMI

2021

Max Income 60% AMI

2

$32,100

$38,520

3

$36,100

$43,320

4

$40,100

$48,120

5

$43,350

$52,020

6

$46,550

$55,860

 

Affordable Rents

50%

$670

60%

$795

 

About Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Corporation (ULREDC)

The ULREDC was formed in 1986 and is a wholly owned subsidiary corporation of the Urban League of Rochester, NY, Inc.

The ULREDC's mission is to improve the living and working conditions of poor, disadvantaged, and underserved populations in the Rochester region through economic development and community revitalization initiatives, and to build an asset base for the Urban League of Rochester.

Address
75 S Clinton Avenue Suite 700
Rochester, NY 14604
585-262-6210
585-232-3135
Community Leader
Susan Lenzo