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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 12

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  • Text: DRAFT Dear Mr. : Several developers working in Atlanta's low cost housing program have requested an opportunity to comment and express their views on the program to the City's elected officials, A special meeting of the Board of Aldermen has been called for 3:00 P.M. May in the Aldermanic Chamber, second floor of the City Hall to enable you and others who are interested and have been working with the City's accellerated program for construction of low and medium cost housing to meet with the City's elected officials and members of the Housing Resources Committee to share with us your comments on some of your experiences in this field and to offer constructive suggestions for increased progress in the program. Your close practical association with problems in this field is appreciated and should provide a basis for very worthwhile and valuable comments and suggestions for improving the program. In order to provide each person an opportunity to speak and still not drag the meeting out too long, we suggest that each speaker condense his comments to three (3) minutes, unless of course several wish to be represented by one speaker, in which case the time would be increased accordingly. I hope that you can come to this meeting, Please advise Malcolm D. Jones of my office on the return address postal card if you will be able to attend the meeting. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor Enel: Return address postal card.
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 14

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  • Text: aie ha cana ae 3e i i Do et qort on Atetecde teh ie yp ‘Saat an Tt 7 A aes Yzeiincge tall Masonic Lodgs DA pasthaasy Bisset > 338 farbu dive? mone He 2, 700 bath ay 9, 1967 = Paince Holl Hacon nie Ledsa 330 fvsren Avene, z, fplonte, Goorgia §:00 P.M, ay 9, 1987 Civic Housing fssocistes, Ins. 20!)5 Nanchester Avenue, E, 5. Atisnta, eoncia 2032) 6:00 P.M. ioy 9, 1937 * 2 we ead Fan at léing & Doyoloment Corporation - fageess 77 ™ teeta 5 oe le 30309 Csolote:: Corporation 120 North Flori fomma, Florida 32602 AP a Affe 92:00 AVM. Hay 10; 1967 ~ matinee * Mais desss Sa) nc ooo one. O. BOSE Salary ETE ystems rede Chur Meee nt a tm Oe { mee a Po au AGSTRanS et ee Ri ments mn xe rake * eon y as Gancss 0:00 a i Sees a Ghite, | ; Georgia 30509 | Aad ae Col day et it
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 9

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  • Text: May 23, 1967 MEMORANDUM TO: Colonel Malcolm Jones FROM: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. This is in reply to your memorandum of May 18th regarding the proposed meeting with developers interested in the low cost housing program. I don't think it is appropriate to call such a meeting at this time. I will discuss it with you a little later. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor lAIr/br
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 34

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  • Text: Legend: F - Relatively Firm P - Probable C - Being Considered D - Doubtful 4 cr a = No, Units K Exist aT WO» 222 178 Designation HOUSIN G RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed r Location Propram When Available Pentals Bedroons “Tl {2 3|° 1 {2 — Permit or Other Value DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Allen. Temple Off Gordon Rd. (Near Perimeter) 221 d (3) 66 78 68 80! Feb. 1967 70 151 Newly developed 222 Under construction - FHA finaneed 178 In Planning (13 acres) (Total to be developed 651) 2 180 Wheat St. Gardens Butler St. U.R. Project f i 108 U. - Rent Supl Bal. 221 d (3) 30 . 78 133 LYS 72 70 In B Ltr. Stage - for FHA Financing ’ent Supl. tentatively established WwW $960/yr - 1 family - Lewis Cenker Legal. Keduced from 240 units. Hav- ing difficulty on final | financial arrangements, particularly tax structure. Should complete planning in 3 mo. and start construction by mid-summer. 3 100 Park West — , NW Cor. intersec. iGordon & Bolton Rd i ed 221 d (3) Lim. Div. 75 85 4 96 College Plaza ‘University Center U. R. Project Set er eee ne eee oe 221 da (3) 73.50 a eet a In pre-committment Stage 6.3 A. 15.9 U/A - FHA Financing approval expected in Feb. Plan approved by Bldg. Dept. Lewis Cenker - Legal? Construction expected to commence in March. In Appl. Stage - FhA Pinancing Firm committment outstanding. FhA has advised project is in difficulty and suggests that cost of lana be reduced or City assist in site prepar- ation. Recently Complete HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA d, in Pevelopaent and Proposed DAE Feb, 20, 1967 Tten No, Units No, Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or Ne, New Pxist Designation Location Program 1 {2 3| i 72 3 | Available | Other Value _ Comment 5 30 Chamberlain Butler Street In pre-committment stage - FHA Realty Project U.R. Project * 75 Financing P Fisher & Phillips (Legal) 6 200 Halcyon Park Off Boulder Park j 221 d (3) 70} 83 | 95.90 In B Ltr. stage - for FHA Financing (London Town Dr, near Cushman Coop. Sponsor - FCH,Inc. (Same people who E Houses) Circle LOG. 407 developed Eastwych Village) To be developed in 4 stages of approx. uO, 50, 50 & 60 units respectively/ Prospects changed from Probable to Firm. “4 Bedrooms 7 152 t S.Side Simpson Rd, Developer - Polar Rock Devel. Corp. ; NW between Lincoln Rezoning from R4 to Al approved D + Cem. & Hightower unanimously by Z.C. Dec. 22,Referred Rd. back to Z.C. by Bd. of Ald. Jan. 3 - Error in advertising (Bd, Ald. rec. letter from Citizens of Collier Heights strongly protesting rezoning) Planning Board adversed on rehearing, Scheduled for Bd. of Ald. March 9. Prospects changed from Probable to Doubtful. i 8 156 i East of Hollywood j221 d (3) | 27 | 129 75 | 85 8.5A. - Sponsor - I. Suporta { Rd. - N. of Hag- Experimen- Rental incl. utilities. Rezoned Nov.17 P ! nolia Cemetery tal Prospects changed from Firm to Probable i Housing : iaving difficulty getting FHA applrovall (Feb. (9) | i HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DAT Feb. 20,1967 An Inventecy of LOW AND MEDIUM COST liOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or Newjexist | Desipnation | Location __Program Sryz sty “3 | Available | Other Value _ Comient 262 Herman A. Off Etheridge Dr., | #04 Spec. 38 [224 65" | 75% Application submitted to FHA Dec.28 Russell - Prop. | N.W. * ; 18.6 A; Density 15 U/A Sponsor - I. Suporta Rezoning approved - Jan. 3 Having difficulty g¢ttihg FHA approval (Feb, 9) Prospects changed from Firm to Probable, & Inels. utilities 108 Parcel C-4 Butler Street 24] 48 74 | 85 1,200,000 Rental incl. all utilities. Parcel C-3B U.R. Project 28 95 FHA Al. Final appl. submitted Nov. 18 Parcel C-11l 8 In C letter stage. Sponsor - I. Suporta 16 Section 3-R-22 Thomasville U.R, 221 d(2) or Single Family Sales Housing Bids due January 12, 1967. ' Project Conventional , 12 Section 4-R-22 Whomasville U.R. 221 d(2) or Sinkle family Sales housing Bids due March 24, 1967 : Project Conventional. 20 Section 6-R-22 Yhomasville U.R. 221 d(2) or Single family Safles Housing Bids due February 8, 1967. | Project Conventional : 51 Section 4-R-22 Phomasvi Lie UR. 221 d(2) or Single family Salles Housing Bids due Dec. 13, 1966. No bids ; Project Conventional. received. Belleau,iInc., interested. | Builders want FHA to issue O-B commit- i nents. Another incentive would be to i reduce price of lots, 58 Section 6-R-22 Thomasville U.R. 221 d (2) op Single family Salles Ifousing Bids due Dec. 14,1966. No bids ; Project ConventionalL ; beceived. Builders want FHA to issue b-B commitments.(FHA will not agree) (157) | Lots Toltal {One builder. has offered to take a]1 lots if pepmitthd tg build dupl¢xes. \nother incentive would be to reduce -FCH is considering? as a 221 d|(3)]co-of (Ddtached sjtructures) brice of lots $200 to $500 each. 5 | | { : | HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Item No, Units | No, Bedrooms! Rentals : When + Permit or No. | New jExist Designation — __Lecation | Program j"1 | 2] 3 | 1] 2 [3] available __Other Value | Comment ! 12 1500 Rockdale U.R. [oon d (3) ! 701,000 pias to open Mar. 15, 1967 - 150 A. (150)] lst stage Project | . |price for Res. and 9.14 A, Comm. Uust buy all. gE ‘res. land |Considerable interest shown, (incl. : ;Diamond and Kaye and C & S). i | ‘ ‘Only approx. 150 units committed by y , | : 'FHA in Ist. stage. | oe \. | | poof 13 208 : University Center 221 d (3) fo $74,000.00 (13 A. offered by H.A. Jan. 15. FHA { U.R. Project Non-profit ' Offering ‘has given reservation. Bids to be E i | i price for ‘opened April 12, Mills Lane & Philip ! : i land. “Alston are interested. ; 14 152 Parcels C-l, 3 RawaonsHashington 221 d (3) $50,000.00 ‘7.6 A, Mills Lane & Philip Alston ' and 4 U.R. Project Non-Profit t t - Offering ‘are interested. FHA has given reserv- i Between Capitol | j _ price for ation for 152 units, 3 stories, Homes and I-20 | : ; - land. P laced on market Feb. 5, Bids open | fo okt ‘May 1, 1967 ' i ' i . | | ; ; - 15 350 Public Housing Thomasville U.R. | | i Bid early Av. cost See summary of Public Housing, ; | Project | i 1967 $14,500/U. attached, for breakdown. : — Po : - 16 L'0_ Public Housing = Perry Homes Ext. Bid Jan. ‘Large units (3-5 bedrooms), | South of Proctor ! 1967 See suimary of Public Housing, F ' Creek. attached, for breakdown. | HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb. 20,1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, | in Development and Proposed Se LE a a Item No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When | Permit or No. | New Exist | Designation | _ fecation | Program [12 13 “ij 2 [-3"| Available — Other Value | Comnent 17 650 | public Housing (McDaniel St. SW 248 Oct. lav cost Included in summary of Public Housing 1967 $14,500/U. attached. EF " : 4Q2 Mar, 1968 { | i 18 | : 65 ‘Leasing Program N. of Memorial Ave 2 65,00 Now , Lease negotiated by H.A. Can take ‘ possession only as units become vacant; 5 units now under HA control, _ing Murphy Apts. Supermarket . | | 1 i | | | for Public Hous- opposite Atlantic | ‘(Standard - negotiated. 28 units now F | | 48 | Tennesean Commons Apts. Same Vicinity i , under H. A. Control.) p 31 Sims Maddox's Capitol & Vinara | Being negotiated. Require rehabilit- Apts. | | ating: 8 existing units being conver | ‘ted to 4 units with 5 bedrooms and 2 | | i baths each. 1 | i i j ! | | | ‘ F j 144 Total under lease agreement i i | ! q | A 100 |164 Being considered; already zoned; if | materializes, 8-12 mo. before occupancy, c 264 NW. Dr. & Jackson Parkway | 34 A. Zoned; under option; H.A. and 19 450 Off Harwell Rd., Turnkey NW. | Fed. like; OK with Policy Comm. H.A. F | willing to receive proposals. yonsor~ | Goldberg - Shafer Realty. Units tent- atively pledged by H.A. Pe Ey. Po. | Ty | | | HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATEFeb. 20, 1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Item | No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When | Permit or No. | New Exist | Designation pecation | Program UT eS LS | available other Value | __— OE cca 20 62 ‘Woodbine at Turnkey or Sponsor - John A. Hartrampt, The ‘Boulevard Dr., NE | 221 d- (3) | Realty Group - Is interested in 5,8A Cc tract on Woodbine at Boulevard Dr. NE | Proposes 6 story highrise, preferably | for elderly. Discouraged by HA because ! of lack of commitment from HAA, | (Resolution adopted by Bd.of Aldermen ' approved Dec. 20 requesting 3000 | _ add. units.) ; ] 21. | 360 [!LaVilla Apts. Near Carver Homes | 608 now - Propose to rehabilitate and convert. } ' Promotor - George Kaplan, Haas & | | | : ‘ 22 1000 (Blair Village ‘West side Jones- 608 now ; _ Same as LaVilla. Also interested boro Rd., S.E. j i in new construction on raw land. c { i : ; 23 800 Off Fairburn Rd, (Turnkey i Proposes Turnkey plus complete commun- SW, near Holy ity development. Also interested in Family Hospital | \ 500 bed Nursing Home on same property. D | Promoter - Ralph Rapelyea, President, (Neyland Real Estate) (Property is | available, but price is hign.) (This project needs professional leadership if it is to succeed). | Georyia Nursing Home Development Corp. | HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently ¢ Completed, ee in Development and Proposed ee a ee ee eee DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Item No. Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No. New [Exist Designation | bocation | _ Program | rp 3| i [2 [3 Available | Other Value _ Comment —_ 24 250 Former Magnolia | West of Hollywood | Turnkey Sponsor - Whiting-Turner Const. Co. Cemetery Site | Rd. Nsw. (North Also add (Bystry) F of Proctor Creek) | units” pro- Promoter - Bill Woodward of Adams- 20.5 A ¥ ? posed in | Cates. : vicinity Appl. for re-zoning filed Dec. 8; under 221 i ‘ approved by Zoning Committee Jan. 19, d (3) | Board of Ald. approved Feb. 6. Units i , tentatively pledged by HA. Prospects changed from Probable to Firm. ! ; 25 100 \Gordon Rd. North 88 12; 75} 85 | Brick veneer, Promoter - Charlie ‘of I-20. ' Taylor, c | Property not tied down 11/28. . t 26 200 | West of Bolton Rd. ‘ Brick veneer. Apt. zoning. Bridge | NW. South of cost? Promoter - Charlie Taylor. e | Sandy Creek : Property not tied down 11/28. 27 Scott St. off 2-1/2 A. + 4 A? County, R-5 Brownlee Rd. Si i Now in city limits, R-6. Cc | i Promoter - Jim Dempsey 28 36H Adj. to Country ! Town Houses 38 A. in County -Annexed Jan. l. Club Estates, j Zoning - County R-6 proposes Com, Unit Cc | ‘Adamsville, off Plan with cluster type development. Boulder Park Dr. 2 | | | Promoter-Harry Belfor. Owner-Luther Fraser. Planning suggests Community Unit Plan (carries same density as are4 zoning). FHA considers this location premature. This project needs pro- fessional developers in order to succeed, HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb. 20, 1967 An Inventory of . F LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, sin Development and Propose ed a ee re ee Item No. U Units No, Bedrooms} Rentals When : Permit or Nos New jExist _ Designation | Location | Program) 1 “2 [S| "LT [2 [37] Available | Other Value Comment ! i 29 200 Peachtree on 176 Peachtree NW | Pvt. Ent. ,100] © Feb. l, /$1.5 mil. Georgia Baptist - Elderly Peachtree ; . 1967 | (Not low cost - not included in Ee | summary figures.) | 30 bow a (3) | ' Broadbrooks - Builder. C L.D. | | Interested in obtaining cleared land. 31 221 a (2) ' Ernest L. Bailey - Prefab concrete- c fiberglass panels. Interested in | obtaining land. i i fo i 1 i 32 620 Golfview Cleveland Ave.Ext. 221 d (3) | 70 95 ' 69.9A, Residential, multi-family/ : 16A. Commercial. Promoter - Robert P ; (300) First stage : ' Laxson, Shaffer Realty. Approved by : City at density of 9.6 U/A under Com, i Unit Plan. FHA given assurance city Y ; proposes to extend Cleveland Ave. to ' \ serve project and develop Golf Course. | ' Promoter wants to increase density to | i 12 U/A because of loss of 9.6A. to School Dept. FhA 85% acceptance. " vite - 33 204 Between Hollywood . 60 | 144 20 A. Res (Low Rent) 7-1/2 A. Comm. Cc iW : Joe Anderson, Roy Dare e Re-zoning approved Jan, 3. Site turned down by HA for turnkey. Prospects changed from Probable to Being Considered. t } Rd & Gun Club Dr Proposed FHA Financing. Promoter - HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb, 20, 1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Item No, Units No. Bedrooms| Rentals When Permit or No. | WewExist | Designation | — fecation | Program J"T/ 2 ("8 JU) 2 [3 | Available other varie} nce en erm ESAMANE . ; : 34 200 Hampton Terrace | 14 acres,Off 221 da (3) 105 | 120/140 Zoned R-3. Planning Dept. is dubious DeKalb Ave. NE. Rent Supl. about re-zoning. Sponsor - Catholic ¢ Between DeKalb & . Arch Diocese of Atlanta proposes to HeLendon at | apply for re-zoning. Promoter - Hampton Terrace | Andrew Colgan, Allan-Grayson. Legal - Herbert Ringle. \ | te | | 35 28 ‘Blvd. N.E. Area 221. da (3) Varied} U.S. Gypsum proposes to rehab. as Rehab. ' a demonstration project; owner was G , reluctant to sell. Price increased | as result of premature publicity. i i i | i | ; . 36 150 Jonesboro Rd. SE Turnkey { 3 ‘Requires re-zoning. c S,. of Hutchins Rd | | : | Builder - Billie Horn 37 76 1145 Constitution ‘Permit Permitted in November F Rd. 5 SE. | | $400,000 Developer - Polar Rock Dev. Corp. | | _ | Ssammt , 38 20 1408 Conway Pl NW | Permit Permitted in November F j i | | $82,500 ' Qwner - Albert Zeder & Garson Parzen | i ; i j ; | oS - 39 , *30 Nov.'66 Single Family! Various through- Permits under * Permitted. *18 Dec,'66 out City. $15,000 ea. F , *66 Jan.'67 i Completed S41 Bec. 166 _ 8242 Jan.'67 ; t . i 197 hovaa : | , { f 4 1 Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed eee HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA ee ee eee oe DATE Feb, 20, 1967 Item No, Units No, Bedrooms| Rentals When ; Permit or No; | New exist | Designation Lezation | Program "TOS |i 2 [3 | Available " Other Value} Comment 40 519 Nav Throughout city H.C. Enf. | Now Units rehabilitated thru the 594 Dee (other than in Housing Code Division. These F 416 Jan. U.R. Projects) “ | do not provide additional housing ‘but do increase the standard 1,529 Total i ; housing supply. 41 25 dv. jest End U.R. Rehabilitated by Housing 20 Dede, Project } ‘Authority. Same comment Fo: 35 Jan. | _ as above, —ay a, : | | | 80 teed. | i | 42 | IS In U.R.Projects ' Permits issued during Nov. for re- ' “habilitation thru the Housing Auth. rE Cf Similar information for Dec. and Jan, i not made available. —_ et ee ee = al 43 30 S.side of Westview 221 d (3) ‘J. M. Richardson of Johnson, Ave, SW in West | Lim.Div. i Richardson & Assoc. wants to purchase c End U.R.Project } ! City owned land (mostly zoned R-5) i along S.side of Westview Dr. between This property holds excellent potential for Dargan Pl. and Holderness St. (Approx. development under 221 d (3) 3.4A). U.R. Policy Committee declined | to act on. Proposes to hold status quo I “| for present. — i . uy 65 We. of Jackson Park 221 d (3) i Promoter -Carlton Marlow, 10.74; way N. of Proctor : 1/2 in flood plane; requires rezoning! ¢ Cr, at deadend of has obtained option. Is now R-5, Zon- Glenrock Dr. ing Div. unfavorable. Will file before arch 27 for rezoning; hearing Hay 4, ee HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, | in Development and Proposed ote eee ee DATE Feb, 20, 1967 Item No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When +: Permit or Nos | terest designation | _____tecation | Propram [7 (2 [3 | 277 137] Available | Other Value! _ aa Comme 45 100 of Off DeFores Fy.Kd, Conv. t Under construction - conventional C near Greenleaf Ct. Fin. | financing. Owner Builder-b.A.Martin, 3 46 160 ‘Valley View W. of Moreland Avej/221 d (3) 79 ‘43 : * 4 BRm | Townhouses S. of Constitution] Coop. | Zoned A-l engineering 6 site planning D Rd. SE { 38% | | complete; by Engr. who planned East- i | 'wych Village. Owner-Sponsor - Harvey } ‘Reeves. Approved by Planning Dept, FHA } ' This excellent proposal ‘was withdrawn Feb. 9 from ithe 221 d (3) ‘ unfavorable previously; has again re- } program because owner-builder could not obtain PHA! appvoval, Owner 'cently seriously discouraged proposed now negotiating with very substantial company for conventional Builder, Fred Fett,as considered not apartment development of higher priced units and higher density. ineeded.Prospects changed from Probable i | } ‘to Doubtful. i; | | | bash 4 4 WT 36 Seminole Ct, Near N,Highland Turnkey ; 32 1 “Efficiency Apts. & North Ave. NE Rehab. jy ! | } ‘In fair condition. Excellent for ¢ | | i | elderly. Owner wants to sell. Listed | | , by Ed, L. Barnum Realty Co. t ‘ i t | 48 North West Terry Ormstein of Terry Realty Co, : ‘has tract available & considered Cc suitable for low cost housing. Is . interested in selling. 4G i, Not determined Demonstration Sponsor-Builder - Chattahoochee Probably on _ house proposed Brick Co., M.B. Scarborough & Lnglish P Company property | using prefabri- Robinson; also interested in develop- | cated ceramic ing a project on team concept. materials,: The development tola c concept has considerable merit, It}has been successfully penonstmated in Rais '¢ cities and is recommended by some housing officials. r t & } HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed ae ee DATE Feb, 20, 1967 Item No, Units No. Bedroons| Rentals When Permit or No; New |Exist Designation Location _|_ Program va 12 “~ 3 | i [2 [3 | Available | Other Value | _ _ Comment 50 Prefers City owned | Jack Pennel, Pres., Homes by Jack land. (Distributors for Kingsberry Homes), € | prepared plans & specifications for } low cost housing unit and presented i i them to City for consideration 1/18. | 'B.0.'s objections furnished him 2-7. Fo | Si | 280 Custer Ave. E. of | Turnkey | Builder - Ralph Willis & John R. hall ChosewoodPark ! : 2A, combined tract. Prospects D ' changed from Being Considered to Planning Dept. anticipates strong opposition to|/developnent of this tract for low ' Doubtful. cost housing. | { a i I . 4 | | i i 52 | 30 Scattered Conv. | . Enterprise Corporation , 130 ; Piedmont Ave., NE is interested in F | i : buying dilapidated low cost structures i ‘ -and rehabilitating them. Proprietor, | ; George P. Hart, has already rehabed | | { 30 units. t | 1 I a -_ { i \ ' ! ' 23 | 100 | : ' David P. Edwards, Interstate Sales | | Corp, is seeking land on which to Gc | fo : develop low cost apartments (wants 100 | i units) for lease to the HA under its | low-rent leasing program. | | i ae Stk 250 | Gilbert Rd. & Turnkey 20 A. site zoned for apts. considered | Flynn Rd. SE | favorably by HA. Promoter - Bill Wood- P | ward of Adams Cates. Builder - HA is holding allocations in reserye for future possible use in the |Bedfore-Pine U.R. area. Whiting-Turner. , It appears some lof these could be allocated now to this project. | 2 a : \ t r Item No, esignation woos vere ee fee et ee HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed oe Location Saar eT SS oe No. Bedrooms} Rentals ore oar nan Program L ie 3] 1} 2 3°} Available ure ort ae ae es ey ae SE Permit or Other Value th a ee ee DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Comment SSS Ss 95 O££ Jackson Parkway| Turnkey 10 A. site; Ey of Bowen Homes z Property is already zoned A-l. P ie of Hightower | | HA has tentatively pledged allocations 56 Butler St. behind | Considering | Big Bethel Church proposes to sponsor Big Bethel Church ' 10-14 story high-rise on church owned Cc 221 d (3) re _ propertyl00' x 276'. Rev. Bussey ,Pastop 221 d (3) Rent Supl ‘ticCready Johnston, Legal. Trying to | ‘negotiate for add. adjacent parcel 50! “x 276', Zoned M1; applied for rezoning |to C4; before Zoning Comm. in Feb. ‘Appl. not yet filed with FHA. } i 57 B. of Gun Club Rd. - Rezoning appl. from R-5 to A-1 filed Cc S, of Alvin Dr NW ‘py Joe Anderson of Roy D.iarren Co. | pf Hearing May 4; about 12 A. 58 L of Oak Dr. Si 221 d (3) 40-50 A. site now zoned M-1. Owner - c between Browns Mill; Coop | Atlanta Bldg. Development Co. (Vic Rd. & Empire Blvd. tiosler). FCHK Inc. interested in deve- | loping. | _ 99 | of Brownstown Turnkey Zoned M-1. Whiting Turner and John P Ra. between Holly- _liaytramph both bidding for land. wood & Bolton Rds. pr a HA and HAA consider site fiavorable.
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 38

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  • Text: Legend: F - Relatively Firm P = Probable C - Being Considered D - Doubtful 7 No, Units No, New (bxist Designation HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND HEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Location No. Bedrooms} Rentals Program 1 2 3 L 2 3 When Available Permit or Other Value DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Conment 1 151 Allen Temple 222 178 Off Gordon Rd. (Near Perimeter) 221 d (3) 66 78. 68 80 70 Feb. 1967 151 Newly developed 222 Under construction - FHA finan¢ed 178 In Planning (13 acres) Total to be developed 651) Wheat St. Gardens 2 180 Butler St. U.R. Project 108 U. - 30 Rent Supl. 133 78 46 Bal. 221 d (3) 72 70 In B Ltr. Stage - for FHA Financing Rent Supl. tentatively established @ $960/yr - 1 family - Lewis Cenker Legal. Reduced from 240 units. Hav- ing difficulty on final financial arrangements, particularly tax structure. Should complete planning in 3 mo. and start construction by mid-summer. 3 100 Park West NW Cor. intersec. Gordon & Bolton Rd 221 d (3) Lim. Div. a 85 In pre-committment Stage 6.3 A. @ 15.9 U/A - FHA Financing approval expected in Feb. Plan approved by Bldg. Dept. Lewis Cenker - Legals Construction expected to commence in March. College Plaza { one :University Center Us Re Project a 221 da (3) 73.50 r In Appl. Stage - FHA Financing Firn committment outstanding. FEA has advised project is in difficulty and suggests that cost of land be reduced or City assist in site prepar- ation. Recently Completed, HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA in fevelopnent and Prop osed DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Iten No, Units No, Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No, New [Exist Designation Location Program i. [2 3| i {2 3 | Available | Other Value Conment 5 30 Chamberlain Butler Street In pre-committment stage - FHA Realty Project | U.R. Project 75 Financing " P Fisher € Phillips (Legal) 6 200 Halcyon Park Off Boulder Park | 221 d (3) 7O| 83 | 95.90 In B Ltr. stage - for FHA Financing (London Town Dr. near Cushman Coop. 1 Sponsor - FCH,Inc. (Same people who E Houses ) Circle O06. 30% developed Eastwych Village) To be developed in 4 stages of approx. 40, 50, 50 & 60 units respectively/ Prospects changed from Probable to Firm. *4 Bedrooms 7 152 S.Side Simpson Rd. Developer - Polar Rock Devel. Corp. NW between Lincolr Rezoning from R4 to Al approved D Cem. & Hightower unanimously by Z.C. Dec. 22.Referred Rd. back to Z.C. by Bd. of Ald. Jan. 3 - 5 Error in advertising (Bd. Ald. rec. letter from Citizens of Collier Heights strongly protesting rezoning) Planning Board adversed on rehearing, ‘IScheduled for Bd. of Ald. March 3. Prospects changed from Probable to Doubtful. 8 156 East of Hollywood}221 d (3) | 27 | 129 75 | 85 8.5A. - Sponsor - I. Suporta Rd. - N. of Mag- jExperimen- Rental incl. utilities. Rezoned Nov.17 P nolia Cemetery tal Prospects changed from Firm to Probable Housing iaving diff{culty getting FHA approval| (Feb. (9) : t Recently Completed, HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA in Development and Proposed DAT#Feb. 20,1967 ve te Iter No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No. New jbxist Designation Location Program 1 [2 3/71 [2 3 | Available | Other Value Comment «=. 3 262 Herman A. Off Etheridge Dr., | 404 Spec. | 38 |224 65* | 75% Application submitted to FHA Dec.28 Russell - Prop. | N.W. N8.6 A; Density 15 U/A P Sponsor - I. Suporta Rezoning approved - Jan. 3 Having difficulty ge¢ttihg FHA approval (Feb. 9) Prospects changed from Firm to Probable. HS Incls. utilities 10 108 Parcel C-4 Butler Street 24} 48 74 | 85 1,200,000 Rental incl. all utilities. Parcel C-3B U.R. Project 28 95 FHA Al. Final appl. submitted Nov. 18 F Parcel C-ll 8 In C letter stage. Sponsor - I, Suporta 11 16 Section 3-R-22 Thomasville U.R. 21 d(2) or Single Family Sales Housing Bids due January 12, 1967. Project Conventional. P 12 Section 4-R-22 Whomasville U.R. 21 d(2) or Single Family Sales Housing Bids due Narch 24, 1967 Project Conventional 20 Section 6-R-22 Thomasville U.R. 221 d(2) or “Single family Salles Housing Bids due February 8, 1967. Project onventional 51 Section 4-R-22 [Thomasville U.R. 221 d(2) or Single family Salles Housing Bids due Dec. 13, 1966. No bids Project Conventional received. Belleau,Inc. interested. builders want FHA to issue O-B commit- ments. Another incentive would be to reduce price of lots. 58 Section 6-R-22 Thomasville U.R. 221 d (2) op Single Family Salles Housing Bids due Dec. 14,1966. No bids Project Conventional. heceived. Builders want FHA to issue D-B commitments.(FHA will not agree) (157) | Lots Tojtal One builder has offfered to take all lots if pefmittpd tq build duplexes. Another incentive would be to reduce | FCH is considering] as a 221 dl (3)]co-of (D¢tachied structures) brice of lots $200 to $500 each. f ; . HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb, 20, 1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Item No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals f When | Permit or No. New fExist Designation _ Location Program | 1 {2 | 3| i ]2 3 | Available | Other Value Comment 12; 1500 Rockdale U.R. 221 d (3) 701,000 Bids to open Mar. 15, 1967 - 150 A. (150)) 1st stage Project price for Res. and 9.14 A. Comm. Must buy all. P i ! res. land Considerable interest shown, (incl. Diamond and Kaye and C & S). Only approx. 150 units committed by | , FHA in lst. stage. | i 13. | 208 University Center | 221 d (3) | 574,000.00 (13 A. offered by H.A. Jan. 15. FHA | U.R. Project Non-profit : Offering has given reservation. Bids to be Ff price for opened April 12. Mills Lane & Philip f i a land. Alston are interested, ! { j | | | | | i | ih) 1582 Parcels C-1, 3 Rawson-Washington | 221 d (3) $50,000.00 |7.6 A. Mills Lane & Philip Alston | and 4 U.R. Project Non-Profit | Offering l are interested. FHA has given reserv- ef Between Capitol Mell | | price for ation for 152 units, 3 stories. } Homes and I-20 i i land. i. Placed on market Feb. 5, Bids open | | [May 1, 1967 | | { } | i 15 | 350 Public Housing | Thomasville U.R. | f | ‘ Bid early ' Av. cost !See summary of Public Housing, A Project | 1967 i$14,500/U. | attached, for breakdown. Fano | : | | 16 140 Public Housing Perry Homes Ext. | i i ‘Bid Jan. © ‘Large units (3-5 bedrooms). South of Proctor | 1 ' 1967 ' See summary of Public Housing, Fo} Creek. L attached, for breakdown. renee Se eS oe = ee Senge HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb. 20,1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Item No. Units No. Bedrooms] Rentals When Permit or No; New fExist Designation _Location Program : a 3| 1 | 2 3 | Available | Other Value Comment 17 650 Public Housing [McDaniel St. SW 248 Oct. ,Av. cost {Included in summary. of Public Housing i 1967 $14,500/U. attached. F 402 Mar. . 1968 " 18 F 65 !Leasing Program |N. of Memorial Ave, 2 65.00 Now Lease negotiated by H.A. Can take for Public Hous-| opposite Atlantic possession only as units become ing Murphy Apts.} Supermarket vacant; 5 units now under HA control. F 48 | Tennesean Commons . (Standard - negotiated. 28 units now Apts. Same Vicinity under H.A. Control.) F | 31 | Sims Maddox's Capitol & Vinara Being negotiated. Require rehabilit- Apts. ating: 8 existing units being conver . ted to 4 units with 5 bedrooms and 2 } baths each. | } | EF 1 . i144 Total under lease agreement | | | | r 1 Cc | 264 | iN.W. Dr. & i 100 |164 ;Being considered; already zoned; if | | Jackson Parkway jhaterializes's 8-12 mo. before occupancy, ! '34 A. Zoned; under option; H.A. and i9 450 (Off Harwell Rd., | Turnkey | | NW. 'Fed. like; OK with Policy Comm. H.A. E ‘willing to receive proposals. Sponsor- ‘Goldberg - Shafer Realty. Units tent- -atively pledged by H.A. | | | | | t Item No, No. Units New fExist Designation HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATEFeb. 20, 1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Permit or No. Bedrooms} Rentals When S63 “fF 3 Other Value Comment en ed ee ey tt Location Program | 1 | 2 3 {1 {2 3 | Available 20 62 Pe a SS me Woodbine at Turnkey or . Sponsor - John A. Hartrampt, The |Boulevard Dr., NE | 221 d (3) : Realty Group - Is interested in 5.8A tract on Woodbine at Boulevard Dr. NE Proposes 6 story highrise, preferably for elderly. Discouraged by HA becaus of lack of commitment from HAA. (Resolution adopted by Bd.of Aldermen approved Dec. 20 requesting 3000 add. units.) 21 360 LaVilla Apts. Near Carver Homes | 608 now Propose to rehabilitate and convert. Promotor - George Kaplan, Haas & Dodd. 22 1000 Blair Village West side Jones- 608 now Same as LaVilla. Also interested boro Rd., S.E. , in new construction on raw land. 23 800 Off Fairburn Rd. Turnkey SW, near Holy Family Hospital Proposes Turnkey plus complete commun- ity development. Also interested in 500 bed Nursing Home on same property. Promoter - Ralph Rapelyea, President, Georgia Nursing Home Development Corp. (Neyland Real Estate) (Property is ; available, but price is high.) (This | _ project needs professional leadership : ‘ if it is to succeed). . HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb. 20, 1967 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Item No, Units No, Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No. New [Exist Designation Location Program | 1 [2 3 | 1 [2 [3 | Available | Other Value Comment 24 250 Former Magnolia | West of Hollywood | Turnkey | Sponsor - Whiting-Turner Const. Co. Cemetery Site Rd.,N.W. (North Also add fi. eee (Bystry ) F of Proctor Creek) | units pro- -| Promoter - Bill Woodward of Adams- 20.5A+ ? posed in : Cates. vicinity me Appl. for re-zoning filed Dec. 8; under 221 approved by Zoning Committee Jan. 19, d (3) Board of Ald. approved Feb. 6. Units tentatively pledged by HA. Prospects changed from Probable to Firm. 25 100 Gordon Rd. North 88 12} 75] 85 Brick veneer, Promoter - Charlie of I-20. Taylor. Cc ‘ Property not tied down 11/28. 26 200 West of Bolton Rd. Brick veneer. Apt. zoning. Bridge N.W. South of cost? Promoter - Charlie Taylor. Cc Sandy Creek . Property not tied down 11/28. , \ 27 Scott St. off | 2-1/2 A. + 4 A? County, R-5 Brownlee Rd. SW , Now in city limits, R-6. C ' | Promoter - Jim Dempsey 28 | 364 Adj. to Country | Town Houses | 38 A. in County -Annexed Jan. l. Club Estates, | ' Zoning - County R-6 proposes Com. Unit C Adamsville, off ‘ Plan with cluster type development. Boulder Park Dr. } ’ Promoter-Harry Belfor. Owner-Luther . Fraser. Planning suggests Community ‘ Unit Plan (carries same density as area ' goning). FHA considers this location { ' premature. This project needs pro- ° i / fessional developers in order to succeed, HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Feb. 20, 1967 An Inventory of F LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed er ce ES a na ae Item No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No; New fexist | Designation Location Program ; 1 [2 [3] I [2 [3°] Available | Other Value Comment : eres ihc esmasaiance ene ee pineal ce isaac ge gas elie : aoe ; aoc és ; | 29 200 Peachtree on 176 Peachtree NW | Pvt. Ent. /|100 Feb. 1, : $1.5 mil. Georgia Baptist - Elderly Peachtree - ; 1967 (Not low cost - not included in F summary figures.) i 30 221 d (3) | Broadbrooks - Builder. Cc L.D. | Interested in obtaining cleared land. | 31 221 d (2) ' Ernest L. Bailey - Prefab concrete- c . fiberglass panels. Interested in ' obtaining land. | | : 32 620 Golfview Cleveland Ave.Ext.} 221 d (3) 70 95 | ' 69.9A, Residential, multi-family/ | 16A. Commercial. Promoter - Robert P (300)!First stage ' Laxson, Shaffer Realty. Approved by : City at density of 9.6 U/A under Com. | | Unit Plan. FHA given assurance City \ proposes to extend Cleveland Ave. to i | ' serve project and develop Golf Course. i | Promoter wants to increase density to | 12 U/A because of loss of 9.6A. to | i ' School Dept. FHA 85% acceptance. | : 33 204 | Between Hollywood / 60 | 144 ' 20 A. Res (Low Rent) 7-1/2 A. Comm. i Rd & Gun Club Dr ! Proposed FHA Financing. Promoter - Cc NW } Joe Anderson, Roy D.Warren. Re-zoning approved Jan. 3. Site turned down by ' ' HA for turnkey. Prospects changed from : Probable to Being Considered. I | | ‘ , t ; : y f f HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed DATE Feb, 20, 1967 Item No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No. New [exist Designation Location Program |"1 {2 [3 |° 1 |2 | 3 | Available | Other Value Comment __ ; 34 200 Hampton Terrace | 14 acres.Off 221 d (3) 105 | 120]140 Zoned R-3. Planning Dept. is dubious DeKalb Ave. NE. Rent Supl. about re-zoning. Sponsor - Catholic Cc Between DeKalb & Arch Diocese of Atlanta proposes to McLendon at apply for re-zoning. Promoter - Hampton Terrace Andrew Colgan, Allan-Grayson. Legal - Herbert Ringle. 7 35 28 Blvd. N.E. Area 221 d (3) Varied U.S. Gypsum proposes to rehab. as Rehab. a demonstration project; owner was Cc reluctant to sell. Price increased as result of premature publicity. | i 36 150 Jonesboro Rd. SE Turnkey ! Requires re-zoning. Cc S. of Hutchins Rd Builder - Billie Horn } 37 76 1145 Constitution Permit | Permitted in November FP Rd., S.E. $400,000 | Developer - Polar Rock Dev. Corp. 38 20 1408 Conway Pl NW {Permit | Permitted in November F | ' $82,500 ! Owner - Albert Zeder & Garson Parzen : | ‘ t 39 *30 Nov. '66 Single Family | Various through- ‘Permits under * Permitted. } *18 Dec. '66 out City. $15,000 ea. F | *66 Jan.'67 . ** Completed | #41 Dec. '66 { i | #42 Jan. '67 ‘ | i 1 i 197 Yotal ' ; i i i r ? i i t } d HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Soe ee DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Item No, Units No. Bedrooms! Rentals { When Permit or No, New (Exist Designation Location Program |"I [2 [3 | i [2? [3 | Available | Other Value Comment 40 519 Nav Throughout city H.C. Enf. Now Units rehabilitated thru the 594 Dec (other than in i Housing Code Division. These F 416 Jan, U.R. Projects) | do not provide additional housing, ; but do increase the standard 1,529 Total i housing supply. 41 25 Nov, West End U.R. ; Rehabilitated by Housing 20 Dec. Project : Authority. Same comment F 35 Jan. : as above, i 80 Total { 42 15 In U.R.Projects i Permits issued during Nov. for re- ‘habilitation thru the Housing Auth. F Similar information for Dec. and Jan. not made available. 43 50 S.side of Westview 221 d (3) i | J. M. Richardson of Johnson, Ave. SW in West Lim.Div. a | Richardson & Assoc. wants to purchase Cc f End U.R.Project | City owned land (mostly zoned R-5) ; along S.side of Westview Dr. between This property holds excellent pptential for | Dargan Pl. and Holderness St. (Approx, development under 221 d (3 |3.4A). U.R. Policy Committee declined i | ito act on. Proposes to hold status quo ' for present. 4H 65 W. of Jackson Park 221 d (3) | : Promoter -Carlton liarlow, 10.74; way N. of Proctor i 1/2 in flood plane; requires rezoning$ Cc Cr. at deadend of has obtained option. Is now R-5. dZon- ilies len arene innit ne Glenrock Dr, ing Div. unfavorable. Will file before March 27 for rezoning; hearing May, 4. HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed DATE Feb, 20, 1967 Is | Item No. Units No. Bedrooms Rentals When Permit or No. New jbxist Designation ___ Location Program Tj 2 | 3|° I {2 [3S | Available | Other Value Comment | 45 100 Off DeFores Fy.Rd. Conv. Under construction - conventional Cc near Greenleaf Ct. Fin. financing. Owner Builder-B.A.Martin. 46. 160 Valley View W. of Moreland Avej}221 d (3) 79 |43 * 4 BRm Townhouses S. of Constitution] Coop. Zoned A-1 engineering & site planning D Rd. SE 38% complete; by Engr. who planned East- wych Village. Owner-Sponsor - Harvey Reeves. Approved by Planning Dept. FHA This excellent proposal !was withdrawn Feb. 9 from |the 221 d (3) unfavorable previously; has again re- program because owner-builder could not obtain FHA approval. Owner cently seriously discouraged proposed now negotiating with very substantial company jfor conventional Builder, Fred Fett,as considered not apartment development of higher priced units and hligher density. needed.Prospects changed from Probable | to Doubtful. 47 36 Seminole Ct. Near N.Highland Turnkey 32 | | “Efficiency . Apts. & North Ave. NE Rehab. 4s i In fair condition. Excellent for Cc elderly. Owner wants to sell. Listed | | : , by Ed. L. Barnum Realty Co. rd ; 48 North West ‘Terry Ormstein of Terry Realty Co. i i has tract available & considered Cc | i suitable for low cost housing. ; interested in selling. | \ ; ) : 4g 1 Not determined Demonstration Sponsor-Builder - Chattahoochee Probably on house proposed’ i : Brick Co., M.B. Scarborough & English P Company property | using prefabri- ‘Robinson; also interested in develop- The development team concept has considerable merit. demonstrated in some cities and is recommended | { : cated ceramic . { materials, } 4 t It has been successfully by some housing officials. ' ing a project on team concept. \ HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Item No, Units No. Bedrooms} Rentals When Permit or No. New (Exist Designation Location [Program [1 [2 | 3. “I [2 [3 | Available | Other Value| __ Comment - 50 Prefers City owned | Jack Pennel, Pres., Homes by Jack land. (Distributors for Kingsberry Homes ) , Cc prepared plans & specifications for low cost housing unit and presented them to City for consideration 1/18. B.0.'s objections furnished him 2-7. ol 280 Custer Ave. E. of | Turnkey Builder - Ralph Willis € John R. Hall ChosewoodPark 24uA. combined tract. Prospects D changed from Being Considered to Planning Dept. anticipates strong opposition to) development bf this tract for low Doubtful. cost housing. i ! | | 52 30 Scattered Conv. i Enterprise Corporation , 130 Piedmont Ave., NE is interested in F buying dilapidated low cost structures and rehabilitating them. Proprietor, George P. Hart, has already rehabed 30 units. 93 100 | David P. Edwards, Interstate Sales | | Corp. is seeking land on which to Cc develop low cost apartments (wants 100 | ; units) for lease to the HA under its | low-rent leasing program. 34 250 Gilbert Rd. & Turnkey 20 A, site zoned for apts. considered Flynn Rd. SE ' : favorably by HA. Promoter - Bill Wood- P i | ward of Adams Cates. Builder - HA is holding allocations in reserye for future possible use in} the Bedfore-Pine U.R. area. ' Whiting-Turner. ! i ' j It appears some jof these could be allocated now to this projectt. ; Py od t | a. f HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM COST HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed DATE Feb. 20, 1967 Item j| No, Units i No. Bedrooms] Rentals When Permit or No, New [Exist | Designation _Lecation _|_ Program Lj?) 3| 1 {2 {3 {| Available | Other Value Comment i 25 125 {Off Jackson Parkway! Turnkey | 10 A. site; E. of Bowen Homes - Property is already zoned A-l. Pp W. of Hightower HA has tentatively pledged allocations 56 200 Butler St. behind onsidertinl Big Bethel Church proposes to sponsor Big Bethel Church 207 10-14 story high-rise on church owned c 221 d (3) BMIR propertyl00' x 276'. Rev. Bussey,Pastop 221 d (3) Rent |Supl McCready Johnston, Legal. Trying to negotiate for add. adjacent parcel 50! x 276'. Zoned Ml; applied for rezoning to C-4; before Zoning Comm. in Feb. Appl. not yet filed with FHA, 57 150 | » of Gun Club Rd. Rezoning appl. from R-5 to A-1 filed c . of Alvin Dr Nu by Joe Anderson of Roy D.Warren Co, Hearing May 4; about 12 A. 58 4ugo L of Oak Dr. SW 221 d (3) 40-50 A. site now zoned M-l. Owner - Cc etween Browns Mill) Coop . Atlanta Bldg. Development Co. (Vic Rd. & Empire Blvd. Mosler). FCH Inc. interested in deve- : loping. | a 9g 480 | N. of Brownstown Turnkey Zoned M-1. Whiting Turner and John P Rd. between Holly- Hartramph both bidding for land. wood & Bolton Rds. HA and HAA consider site favorable,
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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Me i Topics for discussion with the Mayor Ww ay May 8, 1967 .l. Sunmery of April 20, Housing Resources Committee report shows: Estimate when available Category No. Units 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 Firm 3556 (1312) (1928) (316) - ~ Probable 3553 - * (1681) (672) (500) ~— (700) Total 7109 In Sight (1312) (3609) (988) (500) (700) Being Considered S69 Doubtful 3056 , Total Proposed 1,766 units Of the 71 proposals contained in this report, 19 of the best ones and those which until recently were considered among the most promising ( = . sre (0 cn) = ) . = a =< 5 dow - . ee | comprising 6,504 units) have either been turned down or are in jeopardy. The princival reasons for this, together with some suggestions to improve the situation,were included in letter of April 12, to the Chairman of the Housing Resources Committee. The problem areas of greatest concern are indicated in the accompaning list. 2. Effects of the problem encountered with the NAACP and the Inter-group Relations Section of HUD is beginning to be felt locally in FHA also. lt is apparent that the position taken by the Inter-group Relations Section of HUD hes been brewing for some time and now has the svoport of HUD in Washington. Thus far we have depended primarily on private developers to come in with proposed sites. Unless the current situation can be materially improved soon, it may behoove the City to go into the business of systemically determining sites for low cost housing and acquiring the land needed for sucn use, by condemnation if necessary, in much the same manner as is done by the School Board for needed school sites, 36 f the 9800 unit goal for the first two years of the low cost housing program, allocation breakdown specified by the Mayor in the Housing Conference are as follows: i Public Housing 57% = 5586 units (56,0 allocated) (\v Pri vate 302 = 290 units \9 nventional) X 221d(3) Non-profit 134 = 127) units Gi Total 9800 a hg aH ta c @ a] 4 (Dp a @ h Qo G o Kh uw Zt seems that the 221d(3), co-op is the most popular approach to the non- fit development and is best for both the City and the purchaser-occupant. he prospective home owner gets more for his money in this type of home / K / wnership than in any other manner thus far proposed. The failure and t ®oreclosing rate nationally on these developments is negligible. This \ ype development should be able to account for a greater proportionate + share of the overall requirement than the 13% previously indicated; it 5 should be widely encouraged. k. An article by Alex Coffin in the Atlanta Constitution, April 17, stated that 25% of Atlanta is in vacant lots. If this be true, our most \o available resource for low-cost housing, both public and private, is on \ Yi scattered sites. Incidentally such procedure would create a minimum of neighborhood objection and political difficulty. Both private developers and the Housing Authority should be called upon to pursue this principle to the maximum. r 5. The Housing Code inspections on Boulevard have produced offers for Y yh ‘ Y/ sale by owners of at least 103 units. ' e 6, No additional sites under the Public Housing leasing program have been acquired since previous Housing Resources Committee report of February 20. cars thet most of the time of the Housing Authority reoresentative ct Ir a ao ‘Oo oO 4 0 é “ aSSigned to leasing is taken up in processing individual tenant leases for x ccucancy of the leased units rather than devoting the main effort to o ecuring Ls) = eases for additional units, The leasing of additional projects oO for Public Housing should be pushed. 7. Although rehabilitation of sub-standard dwelling units does not pro- vide additional housing (and such is not included in Housing Resources Comittee tabulation totals of prospective housing units), still this feature adds materially to the available resources of standard housing and tends to reduce the requirement for new housing. Consequently it is desirable for the Housing Resources Committee to have current infor- mation on the extent of rehabilitation and principal areas involved. This information is contained in routine monthly reports of activities of the Housing Code Division and has been requested several times, but has not been received since January and only partial information was provided for December and Januery. There appears to be no logical reason why copies of the Housing Code Division's monthly reports should not be made available to the Housing Resources Committee. 8, Although some of the difficulties confronting the low-cost housing program may be beyond the ability of the City, however the outcome of zoning petition number Z-67-33G (denial of rezoning from M-1 to A-1) is typical of situations’ over which the City does have control and where rezoning may have to be accomplished in order to provide ample locations for development of low-cost housing. 9, There are still 157 single family lots in the Thomasville Urban Renewal Project which have not been sold for 221 development. Minimum prices have been established on all of these lots, ranging from $900 %o ©2100 each. in order to encourage development of these lots, recommend that price reductions be made for multiple purchases, as shown on the pttached card and that publicity be given to that effect. Mr. Gates, ltant, concurs with this principle. The suggested reduction oO cs Hy bea xi to oO oO BD i) S has been shown to a reputable and experienced developer who agrees that it is practical and should result in development of these lots. 10, In order to keep the interest and confidence of prospective developers in the low-cost housing field, suggest that a conference be called by the Mayor with the Board of Aldermen and that some of the most interested low- cost housing promoters and developers be invited to present their views and comments on the program. Several have indicated that they would welcome such an opportunity. Such meeting might produce some helpful ideas. In any event it would provide an opportunity for them to state their side of the problem and should serve to clear the currently confused atmosphere. Also suggest that the Press be invited to such a meeting. oS Encls: Suggested price reductions on Thomasville lots A Memo dated April 21, 1967 = VAN
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  • Text: Bes, = tis . HOTES ON RLLATED mATTLRS k= 13 of these pro -osals ai owe (February 20, 1967), 12 additional proposals have been made. otal is now 71. however, rious sources as to I were expected to be approvec, are in serious difficulty due primarily to cbjections from va The Foundation for Cooperative Housing, which developed Eastwych Village and is currently developing Cambridge Square (both in DeKalb County), now has a full time representative in Atlanta and is sceking clients. They are sponsoring the 200 unit London Towne Kouses development in Atlanta (Item F-5). in a Corporation) owns 280 new units off parkhead at Libridge St., which he wants to sell, + a potential cevelcpment on the site units. for low cost housing are being coordinated with the Planning Dept., when initially submitted, for adequecy of Community Facilitig cr proposed. Rehabilitation by Housing Code Division of Building Department on Boulevard in Bedford-Pine U.R. Project (approximately 700 units involved) commenced February 1. The U.R. project is still in survey and planning stage. f& list is available in Housing Resources Committee office of 103 units on Boulevard which the owners nave stated they wish to sell. During November, December and January, 1529 units were rehabilitated by the Housing Code Div; no regorts provided since (Item F-15). 120 units in Hest. End U.R. Project have heen rehabilitated by the Housing Authority. (Item F-169'. re . Developers will nave to provide a sulstantial portion of the program on small scattered sites, v P b prog No proposal nas yet been made for construction of units (even 1 bedroom) to rent for as low as $50.00 per month. Tne City's greatest need is in the $30.00 - $50.00 per month rental range. Charles A. Mueller Companies of Jonesbore is promoting the Sweat Equity Program (FRA insured mortgage) whereby the purchaser earns the bulk of his down payment through eteanias 1G, painting and landscaping. Nationdl Homes Ccrp. of Lafayette, Inc. placed on the market Feb. 1, 1967, a 800 S.F. (0.S. dimensions) S“bedroom, pre éfabricated, pisansaineee panel, single family house to retail (under FHA 221 d (2) ) for about $8,000.00 (exclusive of land), plus a 96 S.F. (1.S. dimensions) storage building memdice ares by Arrow Hetal Products Corp, Price includes plumbing, electrical, heating unit, stove & refrigerator. House can be completely assembled in 85 man hours; wants authority to erect in Atlanta. Establishment of special zoning districts for low cost prefabs appears to be the most plausable soluticn. Adrian Homes Corp. hes ed a prefab to retail for about $7,500 plus land, foundation, closing and 2cssiblytapping fees. (1) First Mortgage Advisary Corporation is interestec in providing package financing to developers, especially construction leans; claims that there are no legal or standby fees or hidden charges and no deposit required. - (2) John Hood 6 Co., Inc., One Wall St., New York, is interested in financing FHA project loans and also construction financing on FHA 221 d (3), below market rate, construction leans. Information is welcomed as to changes, additions or deletions in material contained in this report. (Call 522-4403, Ext. 430).
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 29

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  • Text: > HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE , Room 1204 City Hall : 2 »” Tel. 522-4463 Ext, 430 February 24, 1967 sh Cy 12 ‘ ‘ : ss ecssasstecan i iy W i, Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman of the City's newly formed Housing Resources ° ? Comnittee, announced today that 59 separate low and medium cost projects have been proposed, are in development or recently completed in Atlanta. These include 3372 units in the Reasonably Firm category 4237 units, Probable - 24849 units, Being Considered 1332 units, Doubtful Total *11,490 units Proposed This includes 1140 Public Housing units under construction and in planning, plus 144 units which are being leased as Public Housing. In addition, 1654 existing units have been rehabilitated since October, 1966. “Of this number, 1322 units are estimated to be available during 1967 (3578 short of goal) and 5133 units are estimated to be available during 1968 (233 above goal). Total 6455 units in sight (3345 short of combined goals for both years), 2. The Housing Resources Committee, constituted for the purpose of promoting and assisting in development of low and medium cost housing, held its organizational meetnng at City Hall, on February 14 and is now functioning with 45 of its 48 members assigned to panels specializing in the following fields: Legal Land Acquisition and Kehabilitation Construction and Desggn Social Problems Financing Business Participation Non Profit Funds Public Information Public Housing 3. In addition to Mr. Alexander as Chairman, Dr. Sanford S. Atwood, President of Emory University, and Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, President of Morehouse College, are Co-Chairmen. 4, Mr. Wm. W. Gates, former Chief Underwriter for FHA in Atlanta, serves as Special Adviser to the Housing Resources Committee and will be available, by appointment, in the Committee office, Room 1204 City Hall, to advise and assist Developers and Builders interested in FHA programs, 5s Malcolm D. Jones, Supervisor of Inspection Services, Building Department, is ving as City staff member and Director of the Committee. He acquaints Developers and Builders with the program and assists them by coordinating with City Departments and other agencies when needed, Mr. Jones would like to keep in touch with the status of development in all proposed projects under this accelerated program; his telephone number is 822-4463, Ext. 430,
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 37

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Room 1204 City Hall Tel. 522-4463 Ext. 430 February 24, 1967 l. Cecil A, Alexander, Chairman of the City's newly formed Housing Resources Committee, announced today that 59 separate low and medium cost projects have been proposed, are in development or recently completed in Atlanta. These include 3372 units in the Reasonably Firm category 4237 units, Probable 2489 units, Being Considered 1392 units, Doubtful Total *11,490 units Proposed This includes 1140 Public Housing units under construction and in planning, plus 144 units which are being leased as Public Housing. In addition, 1654 existing units have been rehabilitated since October, 1966. *Of this number, 1322 units are estimated to be available during 1967 (3578 short of goal), and 5133 units are estimated to be available during 1968 (233 above goal). Total 6455 units in sight (3345 short of combined goals for both years), De The Housing Rewonnewe Committee, constituted for the purpose of promoting and assisting in development of low and medium cost housing, held its organizational meeting at City Hall, on February 14 and is now functioning with 45 of its 48 members assigned to panels specializing in the following fields: Legal Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation Construction and Desggn Social Problems Financing Business Participation Non Profit Funds Public Information Public Housing Ss In addition to Mr, Alexander as Chairman, Dr. Sanford S. Atwood, President of Emory University, and Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, President of Morehouse College, are Co-Chairmen, 4, Mr, Wm. W. Gates, former Chief Underwriter for FHA in Atlanta, serves as Special Adviser to the Housing Resources Committee and will be available, by appointment, in the Committee office, Room 1204 City Hall, to advise and assist Developers and Builders interested in FHA programs. Se Malcolm D. Jones, Supervisor of Inspection Services, Building Department, is ving as City staff member and Director of the Committee. He acquaints Developers and Builders with the program and assists them by coordinating with City Departments and other agencies when needed, Mr. Jones would like to keep in touch with the status of development in all proposed projects under this accelerated program; his telephone number is §22-4463, Ext. 430,
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 22

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  • Text: ge7y 1140 ( 650) ( 350) ( 140) 1200 300 2640% 3006* SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN Units in operation - filled. Units in Development stage, as follows: Units off ticDaniel St., in Rawson-Washington (248) by Oct. '67 (402) by Maren '68 Units in Thomasville U.R. Project ( 40) 1 Bedroom (16 for elderly) (120) 2 Bedroom ( 80) 3 Bedroom ( 80) 4 Bedroom ( 30) 5 Bedroom April 20, 1967 ATLANTA U.R. Project (scheduled for coinpletion by June Now in hands of architect. about May 15. construction can start. additional for construction, Will try to have part delivered before Units, Perry Homes Extension - South of Frocter Creek. ( 78) 3 Bedroom ( 46) 4 Bedroon ' ( 16) 5 Bedrooin Units Units allocated for proposed purchase or lease (Only poss can only be turned over for occupancy by mid-1967; 4g Units under lease 144 see (65 units, Murphy Apts.3; 48 units, Ternessean Commons; 31 units, Sims and Vinara, require rehabilitation.) Total additional planned (as indicated above) New Allocation - Proposed Turn Key. announced February 24, (300 tentatively pledsed) *Total additional units projected (5640) Total Potential Approved by Bd, of Alcermen December 20, Bids opened March 7, 1967. BSt imate 18 months to construct. by tu previously allocated ~ Proposed Turn Key (all tentatively pledged). - Public Housing occupancy as + 1S66., ibility for additional Public Housin become vacant). a Qo we - on a] —_ 3° Cannot advertise until 2-1/2 - 3 morths additional Lefore 12 months, at least, final. units in *3 Maddox's Apts. at Capitol Reservation by HUD
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 26

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  • Text: April 20, 1967 SUKMARY Estimate Available Category No. Units 1867 196é 1s69 1376 1971 Firn . 3556 (1312) (1928) | ( 316) 7 a Probable 3553 - (1681) ( 672) (500) (700) Total * ; 7109 In Sight (1312) (360g) ( 988) ($00) (700) Being Considered | 4569 Doubtful 3088 Total Proposed 14,766 of which 6,504 units, previous considered likely, are currently in serious difficulty due primarily to objections from varicus sources as to locations. In addition, 1782 units have been rehabilitated and 1424 units are proposed for rehabilitation. *Includes 1140 units of P.H. + 144 units leased for P.H. id -~ = ro Finks ss Malcolm D. Jones Superviser of Inspection Services Cl Oca Enclosure: Summary of Public Housing in Atlanta
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 16

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  • Text: May 10, 1967 Mr. M. B. Satterfield Director Atlanta Mousing Authority Hurt Building : Atlanta, Georgia Dear Satt: lam enclosing a copy of the memorandum submitted by the Housing Resources Committee on Monday of this week, and particularly request that you give consideration to items 5, 6 and 9. I would appreciate very much having your views on these matters and advice as to how we can goordinate our efforts in securring additional units. Sincerely, . Ivan Allen, Ir, IAJr:am
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 20

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  • Text: 4 2 whereby the purchaser earns the bulk of his down payment through cleaning, painting and landscaping. ational liones C April 20 4 L267 NOTES ON RLLATED iiATTERS Since compiling the previous report (February 20, 1967), 12 additional proposals have been made. Total is now 71. however, 19 of these propesais constituting 6504 units, which were expected to be approvec, are in serious difficulty due primarily to objections from various sources as t lecations. The Foundation for Cooperative Housing, which developed Eastwych Village and is currently developing Cambridge Square (both in DeKalb County), now has a full time representative in Atlanta and is seeking clients, They are sponsoring the 200 unit Londen Towne kouses develoument in Atlanta (Item F-5). Saul Gray (partner in a Corporation) owms 280 new units off Bankhead at Elbridge St., which he wants to sell, + a potential cevelopment on the site for 512 additional units. Proposed locations for low cost housing are being coordinated with the Planning Dept., when initially submitted, for adequacy of Community Facilitisg existing or proposed. ct (approximately 700 units invelived) commenced a Rehabilitation by Housing Code Division of Ruilding Department on Eoulevard in Bedford-Pine U.R. Pro February 1. ‘The U.R. project is still in survey and planning stage. A list is available in Housing Resources Committee office of 103 units on Boulevard which the owners nave stated tiiey wish to seli. During November; December and January , 1529 units were rehabilitated by the housing Code Biv; no reports ,rovided since (Item F-15),. 120 units st End U.R. Project have heen rehabilitated Ly the housing futhority. (Item F-16). Developers will have to provide a substantial portion of the program on small scattered sites. No proposal has yet been made for construction of units (even 1 bedroom) to rent for as low as $50.00 per montn. Tne City's greatest neec is in the $30.00 - $50.00 per month rental range. Charles A. Mueller Companies of Jonesbore is promoting the Sweat Equity Program (FHA insured mor e rp. of Lafayette, Inc. en the market Feb. 1, 1967, a 800 S.F. (0.S. dimensions) S”bedreom, prefabricated, preassembled panel, single family, house to retail (under 221 d (2) ) for about $8,000.00 (exclusive of land), plus a 96 S.F. (1.8. dimensions) storage building manufactured by Arrow Metal Products Corp. Price includes plumbing, electrical, heating unit, stove & refrigerator. House can be completely assembled in 65 man hours; wants autherity to erect in Atlanta. Establishment of special zoning districts for low cost prefabs appears to be the most plausable solution. Adrian Homes Corp. has preposed a prefab to retail for about 97,500 plus land, foundation, closing and pcssiblytapping fees. sae ay Le "Ci Ot plac oO _o (1) First Mortgage Advisary Corporation is interestec.in providing package financing to developers, especially construction leans; claims that there are no legal or standby fees or hidden charges and no deposit required. - (2) John Hood € Co., Inc., One Yall St., New York, is interested in finaneing FHA project loans and also construction financing en FHA 221 d (3), below market rate, construction lcans. Information is welcomed as to changes, additions or deletions in material contained in this report. (Call 522-4403, Lxt. 430).
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 39

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  • Text: Feb. 20, 1967 - Notes on Related Matters: D. G. H. Ls Summary ? E P Cc D Enclosure: Summary of Public Housing in Atlanta The Foundation for Cooperative Housing, which developed Eastwych Village and is currently developing Cambridge Square (both in DeKalb County), now has a full time representative in Atlanta and is seeking clients. No proposal has yet been made for construction of units (even 1 bedroom) to rent for as low as $50.00 per month. The City's greatest need is in the $30.00 - $50.00 per month rental range. Charles A. Mueller Companies of Jonesboro is promoting the Sweat Equity Program (FHA insured mortgage) whereby the purchaser earns the bulk of his down payment through cleaning, painting and landscaping. National | Homes Corp. of Lafayette, Ind. placed on the market Feb. 1, 1967, a 800 S.F. (0.S. dimensions) 3 bedroom, prefabricated, preassembled panel, single family house to retail (under FHA 221 d (2) ) for about $8,800.00 (exclusive of land), plus a 96 S.F. (1.S. dimensions) storage building manufactured by Arrow Metal Products Corp. Price includes plumbing, electrical, heating unit, stove & refrigerator. House can be completely assembled in 85 man hours, (1) First Mortgage Advisary Corporation is interested in providing package financing to developers, especially construction loans; claims that there are no legal or standby fees or hidden charges and no deposit required. (2) John Hood & Co., Inc., One Wall St., New York, is interested in financing FHA project loans and also construction financing on FHA 221 d (3), below market rate, eqnsrmictton loans, Rehabilitation by Housing Code Division of Building Department on Boulevard in Bedford-Pine U.R. Project (approximately 700 unEES involved) commenced February 1. The U.R. project is still in survey and planning stage. Small developers should provide a substantial portion of the program on small scattered sites. Since October, 1966, 1529 units have been rehabilitated by the Housing Code Div; and 80 units in West End U.R. Project by the Housing Authority. (Items 40 and 41), ‘Roy D. Warren Co. is willing to undertake construction of 1000 units (prefers single family sales housing), but wants City backing on land location and zoning which may be required. Embry Realty Co. in Chamblee is seeking land and non-profit sponsors for 221 d (3). Claims to have a full service organization including Real Estate, Architectural, Financing, Legal and Building knowledge and experience to meet all FHA requirements. * Information is welcomed as to changes, additions or deletions in material contained in this report. (Call 522-4463, Ext. 430). Estimate Available No. Units 1967 1968 Both Years Reasonably Firm 3372 (incl. 1140 PH + 700TK) II98 (incl.1054 New + 144 PHL) 2318 “3516 —~S Probable 4237 (Incl. 325 TK) - 2567(Inel.375 TK) 2567 Being Considered 2489 124 248 372 Doubtful 1392 = = _—__ Total 11490 Units Proposed 1322 5133 6455 (Inel.1140 new units of P.H.) -3578 +233 -3345 + or = as > + 144 units leased for P.H. 4900 4900 9800 Goals A073 ltea tren Lee + 1654 existing units rehabilitated. Malcolm D. Jones~/ Supervisor of Inspection + 1424 existing units proposed for rehabilitation. Services
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 5

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  • Text: May 31, 1967 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Cecil A, ‘Alexander, Architect, Chairman Dr, Sanford S. Atwood, President, Emory University, Co-Chairman Dr, Benjamin E. Mays, President, Morehouse College, Co-Chairman Legal Charles Weltner, Attorney Acting Cnairman Donald Hollowell, Regional Director, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Honorable Luther Alverson, Judge, Fulton County Superior Court Mr, Archer D. Smith III, Attorney, Harmon and Thackston Me, Norman L. Underwood, Attorney, Sanders, Hester and Holley Construction and Design Dr. Edwin Harrison, President, Georgia Institute of Technology, Chairman Herman Russell, Contractor Moreland Smith, Director of Urban Planning Project, Southern Regional Council, Vice-Chairman Rev. John A. Middleton, President, Morris Brown College Henry F, Alexander, Builder James Moore, President, Atlanta Labor Council Finance & Non-Profit Funds Dean Harding B. Young, Atlanta University Leé Burge, President, Retail Credit Chairman Butler T. Henderson, Assistant to Dr. Mays, Morehouse College Mills B. Lane, Jr., President, Citizens and Southern National Bank A. H, Sterne, President, The Trust Company of Georgia Gordon Jones, President, The Fulton National Banlt Vice-Chairman Joseph Earle Birnie, President, The National Bank of Georgia A. B. Padgett, Executive Director, Metropolitan Foundation of Atlanta . Hamilton Douglas Attorney Rev, William Holmes Bordeys, Pastor, Wheat Street Baptist Church Dr. Rufus Clement, President, Atlanta University John Wilson, President, Horne Wilson Company Albert Love, Executive Vice President, The McCall Corporation Scott Houston, Jr., Executive Director, Wesley Woods Apartments Public Housing Edwin L.:Sterne, Chairman, Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta Dr , Albert Manley, President, Spelman Colleg Leonard Reinch, President, Cox Broadcasting " Beige Clarence Goleman, Regional Director, Nat tonal Urban League Acting Chairman Charles R. Palmer, President, Palmer, Inc. Lar.l Acquisition W. L. Lee, President, Atlanta Gas Light Company Cc. R. Yates, President, Yates-Milton Stores Dr. Vivian Henderson, President, Clark College Acting Jim E. Land, Ciilerm Engineer for Georgia, Southern Bell Ta & Telegraph Co, Social Problems Charles O, Emmerich, Administrator, Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Ine. Duane Beck, Director, Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc Mrs. Sujette Crank, Social Director, Neighborhood Services, E.0.A Dr. T. Jonnson, Proressor of Political Science, Morehouse College i> Dean William Jackson, Atlanta University Chairman Mr. Erwin Stevens, Chairman, Citizens Central Advisory Committee, E.O.A., Mr. Lewis Cenker, Attorney Business Participation Virgil Milton, Retired Atlanta Group Manager, Sears, Roebuck & Company Chairman E. L. Simon, Auditor, Atlanta Life Insurance Company Vice-Chairman Harlee Branch, President, The Southern Company Ce Aw. "Art" Jenkins, Director of Industrial Relations, Lockheéd Roland Maxwell, President, Davison's Department Stores Publie Information sames L, Townsend, Townsend and Assoéiates Public Information (continued) Dale Clark, Director of Public Affairs, WAGA-TV Ray Moore, News Director, WSB-TV Jim Wood, News Director, WOA! Vice-Chairman STAPF ROOM 1204, CITY HALL Tel, 522-4463, Ext. 430 Malcolm D. Jones, Director W. W. Gates, Consultant Miss Joyce McKnight, Secretary Chairman
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 2

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Room 120, City Hall July 6, 1967 The Executive Group of the Housing Resources Committee of the City of Atlanta, Georgia this date unanimously adopted a motion that the Committee prepare a memorial for use by Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. in connection with his scheduled testimony, Thursday, July 13, before the Senate Appropriations Committee, pointing out the need for, and this Committee's support of, reinstatement of the Rent Supplement program. Atlanta is now promoting an accelerated five-year program for construction of 16,800 low-cost housing units by the end of 1971, in order to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing for all of its citizens, Of this amount, 9,800 units are needed during 1967 and 1968. The City has planned strongly on the Rent Supplement program to supplement Public Housing for families in the lowest income brackets. Without it our Public Housing requirements will have to be substantially increased. The Rent Supplement program stimulates Private Interprise in producing the needed housing units, provides a wider field in both design and location, as well as a broader economic mix, than conventional Public Housing developments. At the same time it keeps the property on the tax digest at full tax value. Although several Rent Supplement projects were in planning in Atlanta at the time the funds were recently cut off by Congress, only two projects had actually received final approvals; one of 108 units for Wheat St. Gardens and one of 150 units for the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. This Committee sincerely hopes and strongly urges that the Senate Appropriations Committee will see its way clear to reinstate the Rent Supplement program which is so essential in meeting the needs of the lowest-income families in Atlanta, as well as in most of the larger cities throughout this nation. Respectfully submitted, Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 36

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  • Text: 8874 1140 (650) (350) (140) 1200 300 2640% 3000% 14,514 Enel: February 20, 1967 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN ATLANTA Units in operation - filled. Units in Development stage, as follows: Units of f McDaniel St., in Ravson-Washington U.R, Project (scheduled for completion by June 30,'68) (248) by Oct. '67 (402) by March '68 - Units in Thomasville U.R. Project (40) 1 Bedroom (16 for elderly) (120) 2 Bedroom (80) 3 Bedroom (80) 4 Bedroom (30) 5 Bedroom Now in hands of architect, Cannot advertise until about May 15. 2 1/2 - 3 months additional before construction can start. 12 months, at least, additional for construction. Will try to have part delivered before final. Units, Perry Homes Extension - South of Procter Creek, (78) 3 Bedroom (46) 4 Bedroom (16) 5 Bedroom Expect to advertise in early '67 183 months to construct, Units now allocated - Proposed Turn Key (825 tentatively pledged). Units now allocated - Proposed purchase or lease (Only possibility for additional Public liousing units in occupancy by mid-1967; can only be turned over as become vacant). (65 units, Murphy Apts. + 48 units, Tennessean Commons; Sims Maddox's Apts. at Capitol and Vinara, 31 units, being considered; will require rehabilitation). Total additional planned (as indicated above) Additional Allocation requested of HAA. Approved by Bd. of Aldermen December 20, 1966. (Quickest development would be Turnkey; IIA needs the allocation now to interest developers) “Total additional units projected (5640) Total Potential
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 24

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  • Text: Leg e nd : F - Re lative ly f irn ( Fl - 21 ) HOUS ING RES OURCES COMMI TTEE P - Provable ( Pl - 11 ) C - Be in 6 Cons i ccrec ( Cl- L7) D Cou~·ful ( Cl - 12) Negoti~ticns started ~ith FHA An Invent ory of ['.on t hly Pmts ._ No o Uni t s _N _o_o~:--~N~e=w~~----x_i_s_t_~~-D _e_~ignatio~ = =-e-~== Loca t ion I tem Fl ~rog r ~m~ J Off Gordon Rd . Allen Te,,1ple 151 221 d (3) 143.215.248.55;~r:~1:tD:r 1 99 6G 51 78 1 I J llf2 80 f,1 2 But l e r St . U. R. Pro j e ct Garder,s ~- .. 9G 2 21 d ( 3 ) 2056 108 u. - I (ls u + l Spring , 1 % 7' II ' I 1 968 I NW I 2~~ d Cor . i ntcrs e c . 1 I Gordon & Dolton P.D! L :i:J . I' I (3) i .l.. ' i Co llc~c~ Plazi:i , L1c: University Ce nter '. U.I~. Pcojcc t . 1017 West.:view fr I I I s . 1-1 . 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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 6

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  • Text: May 31, 1967 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Mr, Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee Fineh, Alexander, Barnes, Rothschild LOth Floor tandard Federal Building oe nee q ee No. W. and Pascnal, Architects Dr. Sanford S. A OCH, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee President, Emory University Atlanta, Georgia 30322 Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee ee ent, Morehouse College Atlanta, Georgia “PANELS Mr. Charles L. Weltner, Attorney Acting Chairman The First National Bank, Suite 2943 2 Peachtree Street Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Donald Hollowell, Regional Director Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1776 Peachtree Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Honorable Luther Alverson, Judge Fulton County Superior Court 136 Pryor Street, S.'W. Atlanta, Georgia Mr, Archer D, Smith III, Attorney Harmon and Thackston 1944 National Bank of Georgia bids. Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Norman L. Underwood, Attorney sanders, Hestez 1a Holley LOO1L Commerce Building Atlanta, Georgia Page Two CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN Dr. Edwin Harrison, President Chairman Georgia Institute of Technology 225 North Avenue, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Mr, Herman J. Russell, Contractor 504 Fair Street, S. We Atlanta, Georgia 30313 Mr, Moreland Smith, Director Vice-Chairman Urban Planning Project Southern Regional Council 5 Forsyth Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Rev, Jonn A, Middleton, President Morris Brown eras 673 Hunter Stree No Wo Atlanta, Gero ;* Mr, Henry F, Penta op = Builder 239 Fernleaf Court, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Mr, James Moore, President Atlanta Labor Council 15 Peachtree Street, N. E. Room 208 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 FINANCE ca Harding B, Young tlanta University 253 Chestnut Street, S. W. lanta, Georgia Mr. Lee Burge, President Chairman Retail cred: t Company P. O. Box 4081 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 Mr, Butler T, Henderson Assistant to Dr. Mays Morenouse College 223 Chestnut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Page Three FINANCE (continued) Mr. Mills B, Lane, Jr., President The Citizens and Scuthern National Bank P, O. Box 4899 tlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr, Joseph Rarie Birnis, President The National Bank of Georgia Peachtree at Five Points Atlanta, Georgia 30303 lir, Augustus H, Sterne, President Tne Trust Company of Georgia 36 Edgewocd Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Gordon Jones, President Vice-Chairman The Fulton |..tvional Bank P., O. Box 4387 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 NON-PROFIT FUNDS (Combined with Finence Panel) Mr, A. B. Padgett, Executive Director Metropolitan Foundation of Atlanta 1423 Candler Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr, Hamilton Douglas, Jr,, Attorney National Bank of Georgia Building Avlante, Georgia ; Rev William Holmes Borders, Pastor Wheat Street Baptist Churen 126 Mozley Drive, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Dr. Rufus Clement, President Atlanta University 223 Chestnut Street, 8. W. Atlanta, Georgia Me, John Wilson, President Horne Wilson Company 163 Peters Street, ¢. W. Atvlenta, Georgia 30313 Page Four NON-PROFIT FUNDS (continued) Mr, Albert Love Executive Vice President The McCall Corporation P, O. Box 1000 Doraville, Georgia 30040 Mr. Scott Houston, Jr., Executive Director Wesley Woods Apartments P. O. Box 15468 Atlanta, Georgia 30333 PUBLIC HOUSING Mr, Edwin L. Sterne, Chairman Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta 639 Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dr, Albert Manley, President Spelman College 350 Leonard Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Mr, Leonard Reinch, President Cox Broadcasting Company 1601 West Peachtree Street, N. EF. Atlanta, Georgia Mr, Clarence D. Coleman Regional Director Acting Chairman ‘National Urban League 78 Marietta Street, N. W.- Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Charles F, Palmer, President Palmer, Inc., Palmer Building 41 Marietta Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Page Five LAND ACOUISTTION Mr, Wallace L. Lee, President Atlanta Gas Light Company P. O. Box, 4569 flanta, Georgia 30302 Mr, Clayton R. Yates, President Yates-Milton Stores 2028 Auburn Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia Mr. dim E, Land Chief Engineer for Georgia Southern Beil Telephone & Telegraph Company 805 Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia Dr, Vivian Henderson, President Acting Chairman Clark Collese 240 Chestnut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia SOCTAL PROBLEMS Mr. Charles 0. Emmerich, Administrator Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. 101 Marietta Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Duane Beck, Executive Director Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc. 1000 Glenn Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mrs. Sujette Crank, Social Director Neighborhood Services, E.0.A., Inc. 101 Marietta Street Atlanta, Georgia De, Tobe Johnson, Professor of Political Science Morehouse College 223 Chestnut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Dean William S. Jackson Chairman Atlanta University 223 Chestnut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia SOCIAL PROBLEMS (continued) Me, Erwin Stevens, Chairman Citizens Central Advisory Committee, E,0.A,. 799 Parsons Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Mr, Lewis Cenker, Attorney ©2045 Manchester, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia BUSINESS PARTICIPATION Me, Virgil Milton Chairman 3626 Tuxedo Road, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Me. Edward L. Simon, Auditor Vice-Chairman Atlanta Life Insurance Company 148 Auburn Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Hariee Branch, President The Southern Company 3390 Peachtree Road, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia Me, C, Arthur Jenkins Director, Industrial Relations Lockheed Company Marietta, Georgia 30060 Mr. Roland Maxwell, President Davison's Department Stores 180 Peachtree Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia PUBLIC INFORMATION Mr. dames L. Townsend ' Townsend and Associates 1014 Healey Bldg. Atlanta, Georgia Page Seven PUBLIC INFORMATION (continued) Mr. Dale Clark Chairman tee at pl OT 5a PA. 4 « Director of Public Affairs WAGA-TV |. L551 Brigreli Atlanta, Georg OM Fy Me. Ray Moore News Director WSB-TV 1601 West Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Me, Jim Wood Vice~-Chairman News Director, WACK 110 Edgewood Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia STAPF ROOM 1204, CITY HALL Tel, 522-4463, Ext, 430 Maicolm D. Jones, Director W. W. Gates, Consultan Miss Joyce McKnight, Secretary
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Box 18, Folder 27, Document 18

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  • Text: April 21, 1967 MEMORANDUM To; Mr. Dan E. Sweat, Jr. Director of Governmental Liaison From; Malcolm D. Jones Supervisor of Inspection Services Pursuant to our brief discussion this morning, the following is a concise list of major problems currently being encountered in the low-cost housing program (for more detail see copy of my letter of April 12 to Cecil Alexander). 1. Difficulty for developers to find land suitably zoned and at prices which make low-cost housing development economically feasible. 2. NAACP objection to sites proposed in areas which they consider occupied predominately by Negroes. 3. Support of the NAACP position by the Intergroup Relations Section of the Regional Office of HUD, with apparently the backing of HUD at the Washingtonllevel. 4 FHA reluctance to approve locations which they consider might offer competition to development of Rockdale; also constant and extreme conservatism against over building in any area until each development is actually tested as to marketability; plus the overflow effect of the difficulty explained in 2 and 3 above, although no directive to that effect appears to have yet actually reached the local FHA office, wr Mr. Sweat Page Two April 21, 1967 | 7. 8. Neighborhood resistance by home owners, ara to apartments going anywhere near them. Reluctance of the Board of Aldermen to rezone suitable areas because of neighborhood objections. . Reluctance of the Planning Department to recornmend . rezoning of necessary areas because of inconsistency with previously adopted plans in most areas. Difficulty in keeping developers interested in view of the combination of the above listed problems. Slowness of non-profit groups to sponsor projects (a mandatory provision of the 221 d (3) low-interest rate program). Malcolm D. Jones ' Supervisor of Inspection Services MDJ:fy
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