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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 9

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  • Text: WSB TELEVISION (ON WHITE COLUMNS ON PEACHTREE CHANNEL 2, ATLANTA, GA. 30309 VIEWER 4 I je ee January 3, 1969 on AN EDITORIAL OPINION ,....... VIEWPOINT - An official expression of the editorial opinion of the management of WSB Television. American Builder Magazines' Centennial issue asked a hard question: "Who really give a damn about housing?" And answers: "Not the cities - they're headed for a decade of failure. "Not the suburbs - they couldn't care less." "Not the rural areas - everyone's leaving them." "Not the power structure - all they do is talk, talk, talk." Then the magazine recognizes Atlanta as one of the few Oasis in a desert of apathy. Because Mayor Allen, Dan Sweat, Cecil Alexander and Malcolm Jones have pushed us far ahead of other cities. But still not far enough. Even the Mayor's crash pro- gram falls short of help in the area of the greatest need: units that will rent or sell for $30 to $50 a month. So what can be done? | Here is what WSB Television considers some key recommen- dations: The Federal Housing Act of 1968 allows the FHA to make some loans for home ownerships at one per cent interest! But there's not enough money for this project - or for many of the other housing programs. Congress must see the crisis - and vote the money. Building codes must be updated to allow for new, more economical assembly-line building techniques and materials. Building trade unions must stop discriminating and starthelping to train more workmen. _ Private enterprise must be able to build truly low cost housing at a profit. Senator Robert Kennedys suggestions for tax benefits offer the best hope for that. (more) " €OX BROADCASTING CORPORATION stations: WSB AM-FM-TY, Aflanta @ WHIO AM-FM-TV, Doyton @ WSOC AM-FM-TV, Charlotte WIOD AM-FM, Miami ° KTVU, Son Froncisco-Ookland ® WIIC-TV, Pittsburgh bd What private enterprise so far has not built in Atlanta, must then be built as public housing. And some of this public housing can be built in present slum pockets even in Northside Atlanta. One of the most difficult problems in Atlanta is to find land at a reasonable price zoned for apartments. WSB Television suggests the expressways. That's right - the expressways! Not on the pavement during rush hour traffic. But in the air space over the freeways! Not only is it possible to build housing over the expressways but it has been done in other cities. The land is already.owned by the government. And the government encourages use of the valuable air space for such necessary urban projects as housing. Incidentally, for rapid transit, too. Without the expressways, only 200 to 400 acres inside Atlanta are zoned for apartments. With the air space over the free- ways there would be a minimum of 2,700 acres of expressway right- of-way within the city of Atlanta. Already there's plenty of parking available every rush hour. HE
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 3

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  • Text: TO: The Housing Resources Committee of Atlanta FROM: Sub-Committee on Public Housing During the last year the Sub-Committee on Public Housing held numberless meetings with many community leaders and visited a great many acceptable sites for projects. After days and nights of discussions and tireless blending of opinions, plans for action were unaminously agreed. The only logical conclusion was reached that (1) sub- sidized housing must be fairly distributed throughout the city and, (2) that the only politically feasible way to do this was by a "package deal" simultaneously presented to Council by the Mayor and Atlanta Housing Authority with overwhelming community support. Our full Committee, the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor's Citizens Advisory Committee, church organizations and many others approved and endorsed such procedure. But when submitted to the Housing Authority the Authority stated it hadn't studied the plan, failed to approve or dis- approve, but instead proceeded with the single shot approach which had failed before. The result was continuing turn downs of rezoning by the Aldermanic zoning powers. It is the opinion of the Sub-Committee on Public Housing that it is not too late to resubmit those rejected zoning applications through the "package plan" on a simultaneous basis to meet the city's needs for subsidized housing and that the Mayor, the Board of Alderman and the Atlanta Housing Authority should proceed to do so forthwith. If the same energy, zeal and leadership of our "power structure” and city officials that was mobilized to build our dazzling stadium, luxury apartments and magnificent hotels and office buildings in our urban redevelopment areas had been applied with equal energy, zeal and leadership to providing subsidized housing for those who were bulldozed out of slums to make room for these majestic structures, the goal of public housing our Mayor publicly proclaimed so long ago would now be nearly reached. We have done wonders for the rich. Now, let us do wonders for the poor: Therefore, as Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Public Housing and on its behalf, I move that our full Committee does now reaffirm its position on “package rezoning", and calls upon its fellow organizations of the city and those responsible for its implementation to cooperate to put it into effect. December 12, 1968 \ THE SUB-COMMITTEE f i : fi j a t g : j (° if \ AO (‘x 1 PBA, Both \ Mae tte AAS eA Chairman, Clarence Coleman Vice- -Chairman, Charles F. Palmer quit ty ri & 1, ,» * Trt ca y ae © OE ft ee a et a ae | inadsca VA he at a wy bea gens ORT tee Sate, Member, Will iam Bohn
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 40

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  • Text: November 14, 1968 Chicago Dwelling Association 130 North Wells Street Chicago, Illinois 60606 Gentlemens On November 13, I had the opportunity of seeing your Town House Park project at 52nd Street and Blackstone in Chicago, developed by National Homes Corporation of Lafayette, Indiana. I was very favorably impressed with the project, particularly the convenience of living conditions and the excellent environmental atmosphere which has been created in development of the project. This Committee is anxious to learn details of the legal relationshipy mission and authority of your organization with _ ¥espect to Chicago Housing Authority and the mechanics involved “an the Town House Parks development. As explained to me yesterday, which I would like to get confirmed or otherwise ciarified: (a) Your organization is a nonprofit subsidiary of the Chicago Housing Authority and as such is able to purchase land, from the Chicago Housing “Rathority, at a write down, by direct negotiation without having to go through bidding procedures. (b) You then contract with National Homes, or some other mobile home manufacturer, for purchase, delivery and erection of the units, including site development (landscaping, street lighting, walks, patios, parking, etc.) on specified sites. (c) You then select the occupants from applications submitted to you and arange for the purghase of the individul units, through a Federal assisted cooperative, on a 38 year FHA insured mortgage. November 14, 1968 Page 2 (4d) That National Homes Acceptance Corporation, or some other mortgagee, carries the long term mortgage of the cooperative. I am particularly interested in learning how the Chicego Housing Authority obtains the sites which it sells to you, as a nonprofit corporation, and to what extent is the original cost of the land written down on resale to you. Also from what source are your operating funds derived? The Georgia Redevelopment Law requires that Urban Renewal land, if disposed of to private developers for non-public uses, must go through competitive bidding progedures. However, it siso permits “puch land be sold to public or quasi-public bodies by negotiation. i am also interested in learning if Illinois has a similar law, and if so, how are you able to overcome this feature. Any information which you can provide us on this general matter, including perhaps a copy of your articles of incorporation, will be very much appreciated, Sincerely, Malcolm D. Jones Housing Coordinator MDJ/me ec: Chairman, Housing Resources Commit Director of Governmental Liaison 7 ie 2S ee: ee eee ee | | |
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 8

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  • Text: AN EDITORIAL OPINION ........ January 2, 1969 VIEWPOINT - An official expression of the editorial opinion of the management of WSB Television. “Who is my neighbor?" If you live in Atlanta, here's a modern day answer to that 2,000 year old question. These are your neighbors. Some live in these homes because they are lazy; some because they don't know any better; but most because there is Simply no other place to live in this city of a million. For too long, most of us have passed by our slum neighbors on the other side of the road. But the good Samaritans are among us today, too. In 1966, Mayor Ailen set a goal - almost 17,000 new housing units in the next five years. It was a modest goal - actually aimed only at keeping us about even in the fight against rotten housing. Since then, Atlanta architect Cecil Alexander has sacrificed much of his own profit-making time as a non-paid chairman of the Mayor's Housing Resources Committee. And Malcolm Jones, a retired Army Colonel, has been the full-time working head of the big housing push. At the’end of the first two years, the program is amazingly "on schedule". Except in one important area: The city is 4,000 units behind in the goal “sr public housing. Behind in the very area where the need is greatest, where this family must live --in new units that can be rented or purchased at $30 to $50 per month. Of all the units built or started since 1966, private enterprise has not been able to build anything to rent or sell for less than $60 a month. That is not to say that private builders have not tried. They have done a fine job. But the high cost of land and labor and zoning problems have effectively prevented the building of truly low cost housing. That means that our government, which is another way of saying you and I, is apparently the only Samaritan who can change the life of a boy like this. ttt } COX BROADCASTING CORPORATION stations: WSB AM-FM-TV, Atlanta @ WHIO AM-FM-TV, Dayton @ ‘WSOC AM-FM-TV, Charlotte WIOD AM-FM, Miami ® KTVU, Son Fronciseo-Ookland e WIIC-TV, Pittsburgh
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 10

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  • Text: +rTVS > roy ARKTIR Crr a pr" ATTA AT J! PAY HOUSING RESOURCES. COMMITTEE CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 November 27, 1968 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR CECIL ‘A. ALEXANDER, Chairman Housing Resources Committee . MALCOLM D. JONES Dear Members: HouSing Resources Committee, Housing Coordinator Low-Income Housing Coordinating Group (and Guests) The Annual Meeting of the Housing Resources Committee and the Low=- Income Housing Coordinating Group will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, December 12 in Committee Room 2, Second Floor, City Hall. This the second Annual Meeting of the Housing Resources Committee and will include the full membership of the Committee, Mayor Allen is scheduled to address the Committee on this occassion. We are revising the Status Report of the Low and Medium Income Housing Program to show results during the first two years of the Program, which ended November 15, We feel that you will be pleased with the overall accomplishments, Also, we are preparing for you a slide presentation showing currently existing slum conditions in the City, which we are trying to eliminate and typical illustrations of low and medium income housing developments which we are promoting as replacement housing. In addition, we propose to have for your review an Annual Report showing I - Our accomplishments to date; II ~- Implications and anticipated effects of the Housing Act of 1968, as it relates to the future of our Low-income Housing Progranlocally; -III - Unfinished Business ; and IV - Future Direction for the activities of our Committee, We ask that the Chairman or Acting Chairman of each of the panels of the Committee prepare and send to Malcolm Jones, Room 1204, City Hall by December 4, a brief report (not exceeding 1-2 pages) of your panel's activities during 1968 and any suggestions for future action, for summarizil in the Annual Report. We anticipate a good turn out at the meeting on December 12 and hope that you will be able to attend, Sincerely, - LLL Cicer OF 2 Apart LA Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman CAA/me
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 1

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  • Text: October 31, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR CECIL A. ALEXANDER, Chairman Housing Resources Committee MALCOLM D. JONES Housing Coordinator Dear Members: Executive Group, Housing Resources Committee; and Low-Income Housing Coordinating Group The November meeting of the Executive Group of the Housing Resources Committee and the Low-Income Housing Coordinating Group will be held Thursday, November 13 at 10:30 A. M., in Committee Room 2, Second Floor, City Hall. We hope that each of you will be able to attend. We are sorry that limitations of time precluded completion of the Agenda at the October 8 meeting. Panel Chairmen who were not given an opportunity to submit reports at the last meeting are particularly requested to submit, at the November 13 meeting, written reports of their Panels' activities and plans through 1969, Recent efforts of certain members of the Georgia General Assembly for introducing legislation in the forthcoming session of the General Assembly, to create a Georgia Housing Development Corporation to assist small towns and rural areas of the State in obtaining suitable standard housing, should be of consider- able interest to the Housing Resources Committee and will be discussed at our November 13 meeting. ; = We would appreciate suggestions from any members of HRC or the Coordinating Group of items for inclusion on the Agenda of the monthly meetings, A return address postal card is enclosed for your convenience in informing us whether you plan to attend the November 13 meeting. Sincerely, a Cecil A, Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee CAA/MDJ/mc Encl: Return address postal card
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 34

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  • Text: Page 1 117 -~Code Enforcement Grants may help‘pay for concentrated code enforcement administration, etc. and for the provision and repair of necessary streets, sidewalks, street lighting, etc. Area must be built up, predominately residential and with code violations in 20% of the buildings. Grants and Loans may be made through LPA's or private non-profit agencies as deSignated by the LPA, Page 2 115 - Rehabilitation Grants Up to $3,000 to low-income owner occupants, For repair and improvement of owner-occupied homes to bring them up to housing code standards. May not exceed actual cost of repairs and improvements if home owners income is $3,000 or less or ~ If annual income is over $3,000, and cost of repairs and improvements cannot be financed under 312 that can be amortized so that entire housing expense does not exceed 25% of his income. 115 grants and 312 loans may be handled through local Urban Renewal agencies or thru a private non-profit group designated as @n agency. (p. 24; also see p. 49, Urban Coalition Summary.) Only available in Urban Renewal, Code Enforcement, Neighborhood Development Program, Certified and Fair Act areas. Page 3 312 - Direct Rehabilitation Loans 3% direct loans, Applicable to low and moderate income eghete of residential and business property: In U.R., Code Enforcement, NDP and Certified areas. May be used also to bring structures up to Code or Urban Renewal _requirements,. 115 grants and 312 loans may be handled through local Urban Renewal Agencies or through a private non-profit group designated as an seeney (p. 24 Urban Coalition Summary). Only available in approved Urban Renewal, Code Enforcement, Neighborhood Development Program, Certified and Fair Act areas, Workable Program is required. Page 4 235 - Home Ownership and Cooperative Housing Program Assists in construction and rehabilitation of sales or cooperative housing (single or multi-family). Assistance similar to 236, Can lower interest rate to buyer as Low as 1%. Open to private developers who are not limited profit sponsors (unlike 236, RS, 221 d (3), 221 (h)). Mortgage nearly 100%. $200 down payment (may be used against closing cost). Buyer must pay 20% of his income, Upper income brackets same as 236. (Generly will benefit people of higher income than 236, because higher credit rating required of purchasers than renters.) May insure risky 236 projects? No Workable Program required. Page 5 . 236 - Rental and Cooperative Housing Program Similar in purpose to 221 d (3) and may supplant it. Rental or eoorerative;stimited profit and non-profit, Sponsor may get FHA insured mortgage financing as low as 1% interest, but not below 1%. 40 year mortgage. Tenants required to pay 25% of family income, Upper limits of elligible tenants not as high as 221 d (3) (Lower income families given preferance). Assistance is much less than principal and interest cost of Public Housing. In between Public Housing and 221 d (3). “Rental payments adjusted periodically (Tenants may continue to live in project, paying full rent). Tenants may purchase andes under Section 235, No.Workable Program required. No local approval required, Page 6 237 - Home Ownership for Previously Bad Risks Page 7 207 - Low-income Housing Demonstration Program Prohibits high-rise elevator projects for families with children, Grants and Loans to public or private non-profit organizations to develop and demonstrate new or improved means of providing housing for low-income families. Page 8 Neighborhood Development Program Planned and carried out on basis of yearly increments. ~May cover activities in several contiguous or non-contiguous areas, May reserve funds estimated to be needed for succeeding year. Broad. plan specifying major land uses density and public facilities proposed, Rehabilitation activites could proceed along with public improvements, with detailed planning and scheduling of subsequent activites proceeding simultaneously with actual development in the area. Workable Program is required, Page 9 Low Rent Public Housing Atlanta 3,200-5,200 Programs : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. May buy existing housing. May buy new housing (Turnkey). May lease new or existing housing. May combine with Private Developer Non-profit, Cooperative, limited profit or profit. May sell Public Housing units to tenants in Public Housing Projects, purchased for lease or leased units? May build Public Housing projects. Workable Program required except lease program (Leasing Program requires approval of local governing body of the community.) Page 10 Rent Supplement May rent new or rehabilitated units, 40 year supplement to Sponsor (FHA commitment), Built under 221 d (3) - Market interest rate. Small Portion Below Market interest rate Small portion for 202 Elderly Rent Supplement is difference between actual rent and 25% of ~-~-tenants income, Cannot be more than 70% of actual rent. Can remain, if pays rent (25% of income.) <¢ Workable Program is required, or local official approval by community in which project is located. Page 11 221 d (3) - Below Market Interest Rate Rental and Cooperative Housing Construction and rehabilitation of moderate income housing. Rental or cooperative. Limited Profit - Developer permitted to earn 6% return on equity. May increase to 12% after taxes, Non-Profit - Builder - Seller. Private developer may __.build_and sell to non-profits or cooperatives, 40 year mortgage. 3% interest. “Assistance amounts to about 4%. Upper limits tied by formula to Public Housing limits. Generally first rental limited to $5,000 - small families $9,500 - large families Can be sold to elligible tenants under Section 235, Page 12 221 (h) and 235 (j) - Rehabilitation for Sales Program 3% interest (financed same way as 221 d (3) non-profit).. 235 (j) converts 221 (h) to new assistance method, Interest may be as low as 1%. Main difference is income limits and method of financing. — Mortgage assistance is difference between 20% of home ownership's -—_income and mortgage. payments (including principal, interest, taxes and insurance), but not below 1% interest, Under 235 (j) existing houses not needing rehabilitation may ~be purchased by the non-profit and resold, Must be viable neighborhoods (both programs). No Workable Program required. Page 13 202 - Senior Citizens Housing Program 3% interest. 100% loans. 50 year terms. Individuals or heads of households 62 years or over are elligible. For people whose incomes are too high for Public Housing ana too low for private housing market. Nonprofits or cooperatives may sponsor. Constructed or rehabilitated. Some Rent Supplement available. Page 14 204 - Grants to Housing Authorities to Improve Services to Tenants Other Page 15 Seed Money Loans Provides for 80% interest free loans to nonprofits and cooperatives for seed money Normally repaid when project is permanently financed. Remainder may be cancelled, National Homeowners Foundation: May make grants and loans to public end private organizations, --National. Housing -Partnerships Partnership may provide up to 25% of the initial equity investment. Objective. Opens up the possibility of locally organized broadly based profit motivated development groups receiving technical assistance and financial investment from this source, Model Cites Workable Program not required, Urban Renewal Demolition Grants Historic Presesx¥ation New Communities
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 29

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  • Text: Report of Legal Panel pecember 9, 1968 atl Drie£Z, the achievements and activities of the Legai Panel in the vear-to date have been as foiiows?: {1} Advocacy, drafting and passage by the Atlanta School Board of 2 locai constitutional amendment to allow the City of Atlanta, through its lecal School Board, to lease school buildings for a term Jonger than that of the City Council, The research on this project was done by Freeman Hutton and the Chairman of this Committee, and was presented by the Chairman to the School Board on June 28, 1968. The School Board passed the concept of leasing school buildings from private develcpers for a long-term in principal, and directed tir, A. C. Latimer, the schoci board attorney, in conjunction with the Legal Panel to draft tae specific local constitutional amendment, The advantage of this locai constitutional amendment would be that schooi facilities could be provided in a low-cost housing project in the form of rental payments over a term of years, thus aileviating the need of the School Board to construct a school facility at high initial ccsts, and thus providing the project with necessary community facilities. The most oft-used excuse in opposition to zoning property for low-cost housing is that no school facilities would be available; an objection which would become moot after passage of the constitutional amendment, in that the School Board would lease with little diminution in its bonds' credit. Upon completion of the drafting, the amendment will then be submitted to the School Board sometime in early 1969, for formal approval so that it can be readied for the 1970 Legislature and subseduent referendum, AS a practical matter, the leasing arrangements in Urban areas will probably be required to contain an option to purchase vested in the School Board in that City credit against Federal Funds could only be allowed in structures which were a public facility; according to Mr. NeiJj Zittrauer, of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Renewal Assistance Administration, (2) The Legal Panel, through its Chairman, drafted the Package Zoning Proposal, presented to the Board of Aldermen on August 2, 1968, and assisted in the publicity surrounding the presentation of said proposal on August 2, 1968, (3) The Legal Panel, through its Chairman, served on an Ad Hoc Committee, reviewing the total purposes of the Committee. This Ad Hoc Committee reviewed a report of Colonel Jones, dated February 7, 1968, and made its comments to the full Housing Resources Committee, (4) Mr. Freeman Hutton delivered a report on the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968. At the conclusion of the report, Mr. Hutton was charged with the responsibility of working with Mr. Bill Gates to compile a detailed analysis of the Act and its affect Encl: le on Housing Resources Committee activities. The Legal Panel is presently working on Housing Code enforcement, inability of certain slum dwellers to obtain building permits in non- conforming areas of the City, as well as its continued analysis of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, and continued participation :in the School Board amendment involving leasing. Archer D. Smith, III Chairman, Legal Panel
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 5

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  • Text: e Alleria Lourie “Covers Dixie Like the Dew” Since 1883 Jack Tarver, President o Jack Spalding, Editor - EDITORIALS 2-A DECEMBER 14, 1968 for SY Ye — oy Cc Women Voters, the Christian Council of -Met- Low-Cost Housing Gap ropolitan Atlanta, Inc., and the Metropolitan me THE HOUSING Resources Committee heard Al/anta Conference on Housing. a: Thursday that Mayor Ivan Allen's five- It is time that the conscience of the com- Cmene year, low-cost housing goal of 16,800 replace- munity be heard. Ment units by 1971 was sure of being met. This is encouraging. “But the goal, unfortunately, falls far be- low the mammoth commitment needed if city leaders are determined to wipe out the ter- rible slum conditions that breed violence and volatile resentment. Noting this, the HRC voted unanimously at its second annual meeting to endorse and push for approval of the zoning ‘package plan” designed to pave the way for low-cost housing throughout all sections of the city . simultaneously. Is this too much to expect? The answer apparently has been yes— judging by the silent reception the plan has received from the aldermanic Planning and Development Committee and the Zoning Com- _ mittee since it was received for study last * August. Both committces were to seek information from the Planning Department. Now, more than four months later, Planning Department Director Collier Gladin has reported no sub- stantial progress has been made to implement ~ the package plan. HRC Chairman Cecil Alexander put the need for the package plan in proper perspec- tive last August. ‘It's like this,” he told the aldermen, “either we house the poor or we have within our midst, if not in this- genera- tlon, then certainly in the next, an alienated people ready to grasp by force what-we would _ not provide when there was yet time.” The true indication of the meager success in providing adequate low-cost housing units so far in Atlanta comes from a stafement released by the Atlanta Housing Authority Wednesday. For the first time in Atlanta urban renewal history, said the AHA, housing construction in 1968 exceeded the number of units demolished. Tn other words, Atlanta has virtually been standing still, if not going backwards, in at-: tacking its low-cost problem in recent years. Therefore, it is not surprising to count the number of responsible community organi- zations supporting the package plan. They include the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Community Council of the Atlanta Area Inc., Central Atlanta Progress Inc., the Wom- en’s Chamber of Commerce, the League of
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 38

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  • Text: & t Georgia 30303 - Telephone 522-4463 ~*~ jou y + <9" foe a, Executive Department Ivan Alien, J Sam V. Masseil, Colonel Malco i + e@ Mayor and President of board of Aldermen Housing Coordinator or of Governmental Liaison tte Department of Buildings W. F. Wofford, Building Official F, Wise, Chief Electrical Inspector . Goodwin, Assistant Chief Electrica Wylie W. Mitchell, Chief Plumbing Inspec ee Ss E L inspector tor Department of Planning Collier B. Gladin, Planning Director City Hall Reporters (Press Room, City Halil) -- Alexander Coffin, The Atlanta Constitution Raleigh Bryans, The Atlanta Journal Housing Resources Committee Cecil A. Alexander, Chaixman 44 Broad Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 - Tel: 688-3313 Col. Malcolm D. Jones (also shown under Executive Department) Rodney M. Cook (Chairman, P1 34 - 10th Street NE, Ati George Cotsakis (Chairman, B3uilcing Committee) 150 Ottley Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30324 - Tel: 874-4768 E. Gregory Griggs (Member, Model Cities Executive Board) So* 2 2710 Apple Valley Road NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30319 - Tel: 233-4162 nm. G. Everett Millican (Vice Chairman, Model Cities Executive Boarc) < 500 Bishop Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318 - Tel: 351-5074 Q..V. Williaason (Member, Planning & Development Committee) 655 unter Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30314 - Tel: 522-5895 Oo 6 @ @ QO 4 > ts t “IO om lo (4 =: Un J. C.. Johnson, Director James L. Wright, Jc., Physical Planning Coordinator a? ~_o - * z BRousine Author City of Atlanta Suite S24 - sui Lak Atlanta, Georvia 30303 M. OB. viield, Executive Director Lester H. Perselis, Associate Executive Direct. : Li i Director of Housing Director of Redevelopnen Edwin L. Sterne, Chairman of the Board, Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta 639 Trust Company of Georgia Building, nta, Georgia 30303 - Tel: 525-5 J. B. Blayton, Sr. (Member of Board, Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta 205 Auburn Avenue NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 - Tel: 523-8282 jrawer 2 ye Fagan ed Housing & Redevelopment Committee dy, Chairman 655, Atlanta, Georgia 30302 - Tel: 588-7231 ered, ce Chairman ; 722 Peachtree Center Building, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 - Tel: 521-1805 Fulton County Commissioners 165 Central Avenue SW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Telephone: 572-2791 rlie Brown, Chairman s H. Aldredge er M. Mitchell Trust Company of Georsia z, Vice President / ct NW, Atlanta, Georgia 303053 - Tel: 588-7841 Federal Housing Administration 300 Peachtree Center Building 230 Peachtree Street NW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Cary S. Hooks, State Dir William A. Hartman, Depu Ralph L. Johnston, Chief Gade mmutter Ce
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 13

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  • Text: (350) 4200 (1372) (730) (1313) (785) 300 5,640 5,640 (1,026) Encl. # o . HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE November 15, 1968 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN ATLANTA Existing Units in operation - filled. Units in Development stage, as follows: Units under construction off McDaniel St., in Rawson-Washington U.R. Project (Scheduled for completion in "68) (248) Spring'68 - 310 of these units completed 7-25-68; remaineder completed 11-10-68. Units under construction in Perry Homes Extension - South of Procter Creek. (78) 3 Bedroom (46) 4 Bedroom Bids opened March 7, 1967, Permit issued May '67. Construction behind schedule. (16) 5 Bedroom 85% .completed 11-10-68, Estimated completion date Feb. 1, 1969. Units planned for Thomasville U.R. Project (40) 1 Bedroom (16 Elderly) Bids opened May 15, 1968. Contract signed July 1, 1968. Ground broken (120) 2 Bedroom July 17, 1968. Will try to have part delivered before final scheduled 60) 3 Bedroom completion date Jan 1970. (S80) 4 Bedroom (30) 5 Bedroom Units reserved (Allocations made by HUD to date; Hollywood Rd., 202; Bankhead Hwy., 500; Gilbert Rd., 220; and Honor Farm #1, 450) (730 units of this reservation are approved for use in the leasing program.) (1,313 units of this reservation are tentatively committed; East Lake #2, 800; Jonesboro Rd., 160; Bedford-Pine U.R. area, 353.) (785) units of this reservation are tentatively proposed for commitment to projects in planning. Units allocated for leasing program (Leased units can only be utilized for P.H. occupancy as they become vacant.) Total under Development and In Planning Units under lease (9 locations); 800 of these are occupied or available for occupancy as Public Housing. On September 18,1968, Bd. of Ald. approved Resolution authorizing H.A. to request allocation from HAA of 2,000 additional units of Public Housing. Request is being prepared by H.A. Total Public Housing Potential *Figures in ( ) in this colum are included in figure above not in ( ).
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  • Text: GREATER ATLANTA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION A charter has been obtained for a non-profit corporation to be known as Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation. Office space has been secured adjacent to Central Atlanta Progress, Inc. at 2742 First National Bank Building, for secretarial convenience, and a full-time Executive Secretary, Mr. Robert C. Watkins, was retained effective July 22,. 1968. The purpose of the Corporation is to promote more adequate housing for families with low to moderate incomes through the following activities: 1. Technical assistance for multi-family housing sponsors,,. _ especially non-profit sponsors. a. Advising prospective sponsors in site selection, zoning, FHA, HUD, loan matters and problems. b. Collating information accumulated from research of city and federal agencies. - 8 2. Provide seed money loans: a. Fo secure land options b. Pay preliminary architect fees c. Attorney fees da. Title surveys e. Other initial costs until loan closing 3. ‘Rehabilitation of deteriorating and substandard housing and establishment of a program for sale of single-family dwell- ings to occupant owners. : 4. Promote interested parties to help in solution of housing problems. . Operating funds of $22,200 have been provided thus far through a grant of $10,000 from the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and $12,200 from interested corporations. Plans are under way for providing more substantial funds for seedmoney loans and other purposes. Selection of the Board of Trustees and election of officers will probably be completed sometime in December, 1968, so that the prozrem of the Corporation will become fully operative in 1909. A report of the activities of the Executive Director in 1968 is attached. W. Lee Burge, Chairman . Finance and Non-Profit Funds Panel Housing Resources Committee Enels ib
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  • Text: GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ATLANTA. GEORGIA 30332 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT " . * " December 3, 1968 eport on the Activities and Plans of the Construction and Design Panel i ef the Housing Resources Committee of the Citv of Atlanta. : ie The Construction and Design Panel made preliminary evaluations of new building techniques by private entrepreneurs with resulting suggestions to encourage development of these techniques. we fhe Panel conducted a meeting with representatives of the Model Cities rrogram and other interested civic groups for the purpose of discussing the relation of existing codes with the housing goals of the City of Atlanta. An offer of assistance was made to the Model Cities Program. ha. Wayne isd, of the Metropolitan Planning Commission, also offered the assistance of his office. 3. The Panel is supporting the efforts of the Georgia Institute of . Technology to establish a Housing Resources Center, which will collaborate .with private enterprises and with the Urban Life Center of Georgia State College in seeking solutions to many housing problems. for 1967 are still valid. 4 -The Panel believes that its objectives as stated in its annual report REW:sa Enel: Ia
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  • Text: November 18, 1968 Mr. David Thaler Managing Editor AMERICAN BUILDER 30 Church Street New York, New York Dear Dave: Thanks very much for the copy of the centennial issue. You have done an outstanding job and I am sure this is a tremédndous contribution to the entire low-income housing situation in America. Thanks again for the kind comments about Atlanta. Sincerely yours, Dan Sweat DS:fy Naennnrrnrrreeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeceeeceeeeeeeeeecee eee eee eee eee eee eee eeeee cee ee ec e cc e
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  • Text: LegPn d: c "1-20 Comple-t ed 3~217 Units er- 1 - 44 Und e r Construction 6,278 " IP 1-33 In Planni~ 7,337 " II BC 1-25 Being Considered ,6,215 DNM 1- 2 Did Not Materialize I t e:n N:,. Ir I C-l No. Units New I Exist ' Designation 151 Allen Temple No. 1 (Completed previous report) 222 Allen Temple No. 2 373 I . HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUN INCOME HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Location Proe:ram N. side of 221 d(3) Gordon Rd~, E. o~ Harwell Rd. (Near Perimeter) " " No. Bedrooms 1 2 3 Monthly Pmts. Estimate or Rentals When 1 2 3 Available 100 51 65 75 IComplete< 142 80 68 80 " Permit or Other Value 4 77 32 13 20 5 42 c-:: (a) 14D I 4D 18D (b) 86A 4A 4A 94A I ,. Sirgl.e Family Previous repo1 t Various Aug' 6'8 throughout City Sep'6 8 Oct'68 Total Duplexes Pre vio us Report Various J u n '68 throughout City To t al Small Apt. Dev. Pr evio lls Report 884 NealSt. ,NW Total . 425 Holderness · St•, s.w. - - __ ., Com.rnent FHA Allot. 151 Newly develop ed- Comp l et e d $11,566 and occupied (150-r 1 Per Unit Manager's Apartment) 222 Completed Nov. ' 6 7. Management- Willipmson & Co. Legal - McCredy joh nston Builder - Bush Const. Co. (UC-~.9) (2 0 8) (581) Total c-~> Nov •. 15, 1 9 68 Conv. & 221 d (2) Completec Permits Includes 70 Pr ef ab Nati o nal " under Homes houses i n Th oma sv ille " $15,000 ea.U.R. Project cons t ructe d by National Homes Construc t ion " Corporation. Conv. Completec Permits under . $12,000 ea .. Conv. Completej $16,000 Conv. May 1968 Completed $24,000 June 196S Owner - Ma r i e Moore D.L. Owner - J. L. Smi t h Builder c.c. Th o rn t on D.L • _______- - - - - ·----~· - - -·- · - ·- -- ..-..... . · --:9'-1 . . .... ._ .. ___ _.. , _ ...... ~.~~·- - -·- -·..r.r-;.-":.· ·.. ' �2 HOUSING RESOURCES COXMITTEE - An DATE Nov. 15, 1-968 Invent ory o:r LOW AND MEDIUM INCO~iE HOUSD!G IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in DeveloDment and Proposed -.. I -.. e:n I rro. 1> ·4 ! No. New ! 594 l Units E:::d.st No. Bedrooms l 2 I 3 Monthly PmtsJ Estimate or Rentals I vfuen 1 I 2 I 3 I Available Permit or Location Program Other Value Corr.mer2t uni ti~ · completed und, ~r conventional f~nancing Cloe~ tioJ s sl: own in 1:)revious reportts) 1 Small Apt . developments Conv. Now Designation I I To tal under lease· agrE ~ement 1026 Breal down Murphy Apts. 1 4 94 Memorial l r. Vinara St. 443 Dorgan Pl • ~ w Amanda Gardens 851 Park .St. 3787 Gor.don Rd, (Suburba ri Ct. 1 pts.) 1765 Pryor Rd. LaVilla Apts. I (Lease P.H.) I , 11 48 27 18 119 19 60 Lea ses negotiated by H. A. Can take possess~on only a s uni t s become va cant ~ 800 occupied (11-14 -68) ... I 352 372 1,026 Total · I I . - ..- --·-------- ·- . - - ,_....., .- .............---.. ·- - - - - - - - · - - - · · -'·- --~ M•• ... t , -··- •r_.._...,.,,.:;,.·, - - -----....-n_....,.. ._- . �3 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- An DATE Nov. 1 5 , 1968 . Inventory of LOW .AND MEDM1 INCO:ivIE HOUSING IN ATLfu\!TA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed "J.. •. • I., To 3:11 I . No. Units New! Exist Designation Location I Program No. Bedrooms 2 1 3 Monthly Pmts .t Est:L11a te or Rentals When 1 2 3 Available l c- 6 1113 9044 3826 2194 . 2417 1 (l:~, 5 94 ) Nov. & Dec. '66 Throughout City During '67 other than in Jan-Apr '68 U.R. Projects) Ma y-July Aug-Oct Total '68 . '68 l :~, 945 . • Perinit or Other Value Comment I H.C. Enf. Units rehabilitated thru the Hous i ng Code Div o These do not 'provide additional housi ng but do increase t h e supply 0 f s tandard h o us ing units. Thes e have been reported by the Housing Code Di v '. as repaire d (re ha bili tated) . However, these figures include units ·found in compliance on or ig;i.na l inspection. *I t is est imat ed that 75% of this figur e , or 13,945 sub standa r d un its have been brought into compliance thru actual rehapilitation. I , I ... I - 7 48 151 19 48 74 ~ 8 [Nov & Dec [During Jan-Apr ~a y-July ug-Oct l'otal '66 '67 '68 '68 '68 30 ' West End U.R. Project Rehab. Fed. Ass ~st. ! Rehapilitation complet ed by Housing Authority. ·' I Scattered .Oonv. Rehab. . . - , ' i' . l' l f Now Entetprise Corp • 130 Piedmon t Ave . ~NE is ·interested in buy i n dilapidated low cost str uct u r e and rehabilitating them. Proprietor-George Po Hart, has rehabed 30 units. I i ' I -- I I . --·- -···· . -· ·- - ---- . - ·- -------· ----~ ........... --·-{_______ ' I ·-••.r .rt .-'T: · -. �4 --...,_ (?:n •• I., Jfo ,, c- 9 I l No. }Je-;-r ! i Units Exist 96 I HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Nov. 1 5, 1968' An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIID1 INCOi'lE HOUSING IN ATLJ\NTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed ! Designation Apts. Location 1991 DeLowe Dr. s.w. Program Monthly ?nits.I E~timate or Rentals W"hen No. Bedrooms l 2 3 l 1 2 I 3 Available 1 Conv. I Conv. 200 Alden Aveo E. N.W. fr(t>m totals becau:;e rents are too riigh to quali 1 y u ' Omirted C-10 ~00 Com-r: let,1ed F~b. 1968 Apts. i Permit or Other Value Corr.ment l $528,000 Owner-Naples Co. D.L. E.145.00 1~omp eted Feb. Permit Owne~-F.H. Kilgore,Jr. D.L. 1968 $2,000,00( . er th.e Low income Housing Program. I C-11 650 McDaniel St. Public Housing McDaniel St. SW C:-12 76 Aptso 1145 Constituti(~n Conv. Rd., S.E. Completed $400,000 6-68 Petmitted in November 1966 Dev. : - Polar Rock Dev. Corp. C-13 80 lApts. 1895 Plaza Lane Completed $600,000 6-68 Owner - E. M. Keappler C:-14 96 ollege Plaza Inc. University 221 d(3) Center U.R. L.D. Project. 1017 Westview D1. SW lcompletea Permit !9-16-68 $792,930 (3 bldg.) Constru c tion started 2-27-67 Builder-Randen Const. Co. Legai - Fisher Comp teted 9-16-68 s.w. P.H. Completed! $145, .0 00/U · Publ~c Housing - 650 units I Completed (11-9-68) Conv. 735( 96 'I . -.. - --·----· --- I. ,___ !___ !i ,_._....__,_.,- - - - . -.... f ... - .-~ .,•.,. •• ,. -·~-_. ,._....-""'--• ._,..__ __...,,.,.r,i .~"'t':'· -. �5 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -:.'tE::i r ·o, I No. Units !'Jew I Exist C- 15 100 La1 DATE Nov. 1 5 , 1968 · Ji.:n Inventor-. r of LOW AND MEDIID1 INCO:HE HOUSING lli ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. Location DesiP-nation I Park West AptsL NW Coro inter#1 se~tion Gordon & Bolton Rds. 1 Program 221 d(3) Monthly Pmts! Estimate ! Bedrooms or Rentals l When 2 84 3 \ 1 r-;;7 I2 1 I 3 l 72 L.D. (#2 JC-1) H~ppy Haven Nursing Home 1875 s.w. w. 83 Permit or .Available Completed Permits 7-1-68 $700,000 FHA Com. $900,000 Anders~1 Section 232 C:-17 56 Stone Hinge Apts. 12 miles s. of Conv. City Limits on s. Expressway i1 Clayton County C- 18 76 Apts . 1051 Beauregard Ave., S. E . Other Value $621,100 Constr. Cost $6,000/U 115 56 Completed Permit Aug. '68 $380,000 Conv. l l Cmr.r.:er.t 1 Construction st arted 6 - 1. 6.3A@ 15.9 U/A. Le wis Cenker Legal. Owner-Park West Co . Buil~er-Developers -S ervic~ Co First u nits occ upied in Nov. Completed 8-1-68. 100% compl e ted 7-3-68 · Awai~ing fi n al endorsement. Owner-Sam Kellett et.al. 800 sq. ft. 2 br. units air ~ond itioned w-w carpeting Swim~ Pool & Kindergarten. ' Owner-Polar Rock Devel. Cor p. Builder-Piedmont Eng r. & Co ns t . Gartrell Ct.Ap1 s. Butler Sto U.; 221 d(3) 24· Parcel C-4 R. Project 38-8~ L.D. Parcel C-3B Younge St. SE Parcel c-11 . . '76,.50 85. 48 .. 8 ~ . 28 85 FHA Sept. '68 $980,000 98 FHA Now $793,000 Constr. started 8 - 22 - 6 7 . Re n t incl~ all utilities. Sponsor~ I. Sapa rta & Russell. Owner Gart~ell Court Assn. Bui l der-· Gartrell Court Assn. 99% c ompL 10-1~68 • ' I i ' \ . ····- -------· --- . . I' .--.-..-.---.- -. f _. _ __ ,. _,•.., ... _ ___...,,....,._.._.,. • ..JJ,,J_ _ _ ~ - :permi t t e d May 1967 48 u ni ts pe rmi t t e d Ma r. '68 FHA Allot. $486 , 500 Permit $ 216, 000 FHA Allot . $661;000 Permit $287, 300 48 #3 " " " FHA Allot. • $745,700 Permit $302,300 " 68 #4 " " " FHA Allot . $_923 ,ooo Permit $405,100 i rotal --·---- --- . ICommitted by FHA 8- 14- 67 (4 phases) 20A. Sponsor-FCH, Inc . (S ame p e o ple who devel. East~yc h) 6 different monthly pmts . 1,2,3,4 brs. some wi t h basement s . Down Pa yment $135. 6 mo~el units compl. (3-25- 68 ) Work ; s tarted · o n all 4 project s a s o f 7-1-68. ·' 1 88% c omplete . 10-1-68 2 57% 10-1-68 " 3 33% " " 4 25% " " ! I I Cor.-.ment Per Oct. 1967 . UC- 2 j r ·- 4 Bedroom Towne Houses Builder - Diamond & Kaye - -'--··-· --- ____ __ _ ......__, ~- ·-:'!t _.. ....... ____ ..,,_ _.....,._..__ _ ._ _,.,,:a .-, ·~·- ~. �7 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -• ,·.L. . • v 3:n . ro • I No. Units Ne~· Exist W :I DA.TE Nov. 15, 1968 An Inventory of LO't l AND MEDIUH INCOME HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Designation Location Program No. Bedrooms 1 2 3 Honthly ?mtsJ Estimate or Rentals When 1 2 I 3 Available Permit or Other Value Cor:"'Jnent ! UC- 3 40 · Apts. 2905 3rd Ave.SW Conv. Permit $270,000 Owner - Security Devel. and Insurance Co. D.L. $ 2,23 8,900 Large unit s (3 -5 br.) See summary of Public Hous~ng, attached for brea kdown. Bid s opened 3 -7 , permit issued 5-67~ Bu ilder-H.L. Cob l e Cons ~r . Co. Constro started 5-1-67. Compl. pla nned b y Jan~!69. Behind sc h edule. I UC-4 140 Perry Homes Extension ' Perry Homes Ex tj P.H. South of Procte,. Creek: 1730 Kerry Drive NW 78 Oct. '68 Changed to 1-1-69 46 - 4 ~rs . 16 ,_ 5 · l)rs. UG-5 22 62 18 49 33 16 16 29 33 23 i30l Jati'68 Single Family Feb'68 Mar'68 Apr'68 May'68 Jun'68 J ul'68 Aug'68 Sep'68 Oct'68 Total Various through·,· Conv. & out City 221 d(2) 10 months after per mit Peri;nitted. Si ngle Family houses permi t ted prior to Jan'68 ( more t han 1 0 months) are assume d to have been ; compl. and incl'. i n It e m c-2._; . -..- --·----- --- ' , _ _ _ _ . . _ . . . . . , _ _ ._ _ , ' - - - ·- ~ ,.J. . . . . ... _ . . ..............- ................. . . . . . __ _•.,...._ . ,, . . . - ~ ~ ... - • �-- DATE Nov. 15, 1968 Inventory of LOWAND MEDIIDl I NCOME HOUSlliG IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed An I No. Units New! Exist Designation Location UC - fI(, )2D · !small Apt .Bldg, 1803 White Oak Duplexes and Hollow NE .tE ;;i I: o, 8 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Program Monthly Pmts l Estimate or Rentals When Permit or 2 .2J 1 2 I 3 I Available Other Value Co:-::.~er.t Spr ing'68 Under Owner-Jefferson DeShaza D.L • $12,000 No . Bedrooms 1 Conv. 8D small apt. DevE 1. 1521,27,33,39 Longston Ave.SW 2D Note: ,, ,• Conv. Spring'68 Under $12,000 Conv. Pero Jan. Under 1968 $12,000 Owner-MINE Enterprise D.L~ \ 1753 Boulevard Dr. SE A-Apartments D-Duplexes I . 2D 949 Norfolk St Conv. Per. Aug. $14,900 1968 NW 2D 16D Total uc-n (t ·) 12A Owner- Fr ieda Cre~d Builder - D.L. I . I Owner-Wm . Sims D.L. 4 91 Hopkins ..St SW Conv. 520 Park Ave;.SE Conv. Per Oct. $19,500 Owne~-Roy Jo co • . 1968 ' I D.L. ' Spring'68 $66,000 Owner-Park Apts., Inc. D.L. llA 1152 Sells AveSl' Conv. Spring'68 $47,300. Owner-Parzan & As soc. 19A 166 Anderson AVE Conv. Spring'6 8 $85;000 Owner- Roy-Jo-Co. BuilderRoy Jones 32A 2075 Spin_ k StNW ·conv. 6A 383 Holderness · St., SW Conv. 2085 Gordon Rd. NW Conv. 1135 SellsAveSW Conv. I ! l 4A I I 4A · . ' Ma y'68 (tperAug '67: $180,000 . Mar'68 PerAug '67 $24,000 IPerAug'67 $20,000 tI>erSep'67 $20,000 D.L. Owner-Dr. w. o. Stone Builder-Don Fraser Owner-Roy Jones D.L. ! . . .. Owner-Dr.· W. B. Shropshire Builder-John w. LeCraw, Jr• Owne;--C.C. Thornton, I D.L • ' I J .. . --·- --·- -· . ~ ' ... -- ---- -__ ...._ _____, ____ r ··--- " ..,,..,_,,.i ___ ! _ ., .......--..:.. ... ~ ·--··'" .~"'\··:. - �-... . e~ .. ~ !Tc . . I I No. Units New! Exist (Con t ; ) UC- 61:b) 29A DA.'l'E Nov. 1 5 , 1968 An Inventory of LOWAND MEDIUN I NCOi'lE HOUSilJG IlJ ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Designation l· Location 30A .. !Monthly Pmts I Estimate No. Bedrooms or Rent als When 1 2 2 I 3 l .Available 3 I 1 Program 2175 LenoxRd.NE 1,/ 9 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE l I I, Conv. Owner- Karl Dz iewie ns ki & Rub in Pic h uc ik 354 5 Roswell Rd. Conv. NE Per 0ct'67 $150,000 Owne;r-Elyse w. Perv i s 3151 Simpson Rd Conv. Per0ct'67 $60,000 Owner -John At kin'son Conv. Per0ct'67 $68,000 · Owne r - Kenne th Johnson . 1580 Dixie StSE D;L . D. L. 7A 268 Eighth StNE Conv. PerOct '67 $32 ,000 Pe r Nov'67 $16 , 000 . 4A D. L. . i NW 1 7A Cor,,.rr.erlt PerSep '67 $203,000 I 18A Permit or · Other Value 216 Doane St.SW Conv. 4 31 Holderness St., SW Conv. PerJan'68 $ 18 , 000 9A 2929 Forrest Hi lls Ave.,sw Conv. PerJun'68 $ 15,000 4A 395 Holderness st ., SW Conv. PerFeb'6~ ' I - 4A - · Owne): -J. Hu gh Combs Bu i ,lder- Bernard Kap l an Owne r - Re v. w~ J . Wynn Bu i lder-S ame I Owne r -c.c. Th o rnt o n D. L. Owne r-Rober t A. Young Buil:per-Bob Young Devl. In Co i $ 16,000 Owner-Albert Zeder, ' D.L. 20A 25 8 5 Beeler DrSW Conv. 12A 530 Park Ave SE Co n v • 38 Fairburn Rd. Co nv . 20A 4A . $ 90 , 000 Owne!r-H.L. Alford & J. M. Sell~rs · D .L. PerJ u l'68 $60,000 Owne;r-W .L. ·williams D.L. Owner-Albert Zeber D.Lo . Owner-J. T. Williams D.L. . 1150 Grenw ichSt~ . -··- -·-·- - PerMa r' 68 -- w Conv. l! PerJuly ' 6lb $ 100,000 .. J PerJul'68 ... ·- -,---. . $20,000 - ______ ...__,, ' ____ _ _ __ . ' '9 - • .._, .. ___ .._,.... , ~ • ~·'"' .---.-··. - . �10 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DATENov. 15, 1968 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUN INCOflE HOUSDJG DJ ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develoument and Proposed No. Units Ne,-1 ! Exist ( Co n t.) UC - Ei(b) 4A · Desismation I t Apts. Location 1156 Greenwich St., SW Pro ram No. Bedrooms 1 213 I Monthly !1nts il Estimate or Rentals_ When 1 2!3 Available Permit or Other Value Cont'ilent I Conv. PerAug'68 $19,000 I Owner- Roy Jones;Builder-s ame --,--i---i--:-----t------+---+-t---1--t--t-~-+---+----!--~---_____:~-UC-? 62 140 Mt. Zion Rd., SE Conv. Spring'68 $310,000 Owner-Day Realty Assn., Inc. D.L. ; --,--r--:-r-----t------+---+-t--t-i--+--+--+-----+------1--_!_---~--___: UC-H 30 Chamberlain Realty UC - !) 13 4 pts. 419 Chamberlain st., Se 221 d(3) L.D. 1101 Collier Rd NW Conv. 30 90 PerMar'6 Permit $252,489 FHA Com. $306,400 .Owner-Cha mberlain Re a lty , Inc. Builder-Fron tier Co nst.Co. In~. Legal-Fisher & Phillips 35% completed 10-1-68 $804,000 Owner-Edwin F. Ed wa rd,Jr. DL. PerMay'67 ·- UC - 10 2 50 Apts. 1185 Coll_ier Rd NW ' ·conv. UC- Ll#l 150 pts. 1991 DeLowe Dr. Conv •· PerJan'67 $1,409,000 Owne.r- W• T. Towles e t .a l . Builder-W.T. Towles I SW 2 54 " " . " -··- --·---- - -- I. erJul'67 $750,000 erMay'68 .$ 270,000 ---'·- Ow net- Maples Co. D. L . " ' ' ,__ . . ,. _____,,__ • -----'! -....... 0 - -·- ·· - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..,,,,, _ _ _., _ . . • • , . - , . . M--r:1.. • • .. �11 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DATE Nov. 15, 1968 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDM 1 INCONE HOUSDrG Dr ATLANTA Recent ly Completed, in Development and Proposed I . .... •• I. No • Unit s tfc.:;n I New! Erist Monthly Pmt si Estimate or Rentals ·when 1 I 2 l 3 l Available No. Bedrooms Locat ion Designation 1 Program 3 2 I I UC- 1~ ,' I I I 58 !Apts . 1910 Bixby StSE 1d1.so Conv . l Permit or · \ Corr.!Qent Other Value , I PerAug'67 $225,000 19J)I) Owner-Thos. Reaves D.L. Being constructed for leas_i ng as Public Housing I uc- 1:·I 80 2 600 Old Ha peville Rd . SW Apts . Permit $ 540,000 Conv . . Owner-Sec urity Development & Insurance Co. D.L. UC-1•J . 76 Apts . PerAug'67 $423 , ·630 1935 Allison Ct ~ Conv • SW . Owner-Crew, Pope & Cart er Constr. Company D.L. I UC-1! ) 192 9 1 4 Collier Rd. Ap ts. Per Sep'67 .conv. $1,050t000 Owner-Jade East Corp. NW D.L. ! ' UC-lf) 138 Apts. 2722 Go rdon Rd _. ·conv . PerSep'67 $828,000 ' Owner-Peyton Place Apts. D.L . . 'NW I UC-1' r 108 t\pts. ~950 Springdale PerSep'67 Co nv. $800,000 Owner-CPR Engineers & Dev. Co. ! ' 80 UC-ll J A.pts. . 2390 Palmour DJ,"• Conv. iPerOct'67 $440,000 NE I \ ..., Ow nei"- Fagan, Burson & Dougal, D.L. I ' I - -·- --·---- -· ... ·- ---- · . . ____ .-..... ____, ___ I I ... - ·- " .,,... ..... .. . _ •• _ . . .. .................~J'ltl "".,,.., ~-·,··:. ~ . �12 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Nov. 15, 1968 . .---I ••J. 1.,G.:n ro I I UC-U: A..'1 Inventory of LOW AND MEDIU1'l INCONE HOUSDIG IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. Units Ne-;-;r ! Designation Exist Location Program No. Bedrooms 1 2 I 3 1090 Rollywood Rd., NW Apts. IPerOct '67 l .. 92 · Monthly Pmts.! Estimate or Rentals When 1 2 I 3 Available Conv. Permit or -I Other Value $393,000 Comme:it Owner-Parza & Assn. D.L. ,---,-----+--------4---------1------!---+---1---1---1---1---1------t-------+--_;_------------l UC-:20 Apts. 48 2113 DeFore Ferry Rd. , NW Per0ct'67 Conv. $300,000 Owner-B.S. Ivey Builder-B.L.I. Constr. Co. l I. 1,----+-----1---------1----------+------+---+---;----1----t---1---1·------f-------+----------------UC-:21#2 Wheat st. #2 Gardens 84 Butler St. U.R. 221 d(3) Project 48 180 Jackson .~t:NW 36 390 Irwin St.NW 108 79 3 108 192 T9tal . " 3 108 . U.Rent Sup. 221 d(3) 6% int. FHA Allot. ·Reduced from 2 4 0 units. Had PerNov'67 $916,600 difficulty on tax struc turec 98 Permit lega~-Lewis Cenker. Buil d erRa qger Constr. Co. Finance$720,975 Life : of Georg i a . 2-81% comp leted 10- 1-68 140 FHA Allot. # 3-7~% comp leted 10-1-68 $1,350,100 FHA Rent Suplo ten t ative establis hed @ $ 960/yr. per unit. P~rmit $1,037,408 To b~ managed by Williamson & Co ~ , ' +----+----+---------1-----------.------+--.;.---+---+---+---+----+-------+-------i------------------ uc- :22 I Apts. 45 3379 StoneRd.SW Conv. PerDec'6? $225,000 Owner-Kimberly Corp. D.L. ! +---+----.---------1----------------+----1---.---1---1--..-f---.-------+-------------------------UC-2~ 64 lApts. 1073 Hollywood Rd., N. W.. Conv. Per Dec'6~ $288,000 Owner-Melvin Wa rshaw, D. L. +---1-----;.---------..------------1-------·-1---1---1----.----+---+----+-------------+---------------UC-24 ·lpts, 400 I . 2901 C.ampbell tot -Conv. Rd., SW PerJan'68 $2,000,000 Ownet-Greenbriar Vil lage Buil? er-D.Lo ' 1 J I .- ---------'- I- 1 _ i _r _ i ,_______,.. . ._ 1.____________1. .-.-~ ...,.._... _. ..__.,~......,,,:.."·-------·"'" . -·'":·-·. �. . 13 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DA.TE Nov. 15 , An Inventory of LOW AND :MEDil/1'1 I NCO}IE HOUSING IN ATLlu~TA Re cent l y Complet ed, in Develonment and Proposed I -te:n ! ! Monthly Pmts lt Estimate · ~,Then Bedrooms or Rent als No. N'o . Units \ Ne~-r ! Exist He • 2 1 3 1 Location Designation I 92 Apts. 2400 Campbell tm Conv. Rd., SW 72 ~pts 50 Mt. ,Zion Rd SV Conv. 56 " 2 1 31 Available 1 ! I UC-!!5 196f Permit or Other Value Co:.'.m.ent PerFeb'68 $552,000 Owner-Kermit Warren, D.L. PerMar'68 $350,000 Owner-Dewep Kel l e y et.al D.L. PerSep'68 $280,000 I c-:rn -- I UC-!?7 I . ~02 II " . Hollyw ood Rd. Pro jec t 1 58 0 Ho llyw oo~ Rd . , NW Tur nkey PerApr'68 1 Permit $ 2,500,000 HUD Com. $3,467,538 196' · 6 ~l deJ ly Owne~-Claridge Towners Inc. Build er- Wh iting-Turner Const • Co. Contract s igned 4 - 19- 68. Broke ground May 9,1968. (Reduced from o rigina l proposa o f 250 units. Est . compl.8-31 69. ! ' +---+----+--------+---------+--~---+-- +'- --1--+---+--1- -4-------4-------4---~----;__------- ·UC-28 ~08 ?riendship . . 99 N'side Dr . SW cCenter (Friends h ip 3aptist Church) 221 d(3) 34 Nonprofit &4! UC-:2f; ~08 a llen Temple 3 I 3175 GordonRdSW . --·----- f 8.50 99.,.5i ~PerApr '68 Der mi t 221 d(3) Nonprofit J -··- PerApr'68 Permit $1,564,000 OJ.OD l150) FHA All o t . 30 • $2,250,000 Sl07 ,00 TOVine l OUSE 1S 87.5( 1 95 Sl,950,000 J.'HA Allot • S2,405,700 I ·- - - ----------~ . I Owner- Celotex Corpe BuilderRogers Const. Co. SponsorFriendship Baptist Church. Clos ed- Mar. 28 . Work started 4-23 ~68 . 28% compl . 10-1-68. - i Owner.-Allen Temple Dev. Inc. Builder-DeSoto Constr. Co. Spon~or-Allen Temple. Mana g ement~Williamson & Co. LegalMcCredy Johnston. 20% compl. 10-1...:68 �14 --- Ifo .. uc-~o HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- No. Units DesiITT1ation Ne~-1 ! Exist · !Apts. 241 I DATE Nov. 15, 1968 An Inventory of LOW .AND MEDIID1 INCOME HOUS:lliG IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed Location 479 East Paces -Ferry Rd., NE ProE:ram Sec. 202 No. Bedrooms 1 2 3 Monthly Pmts, Estimate or Rentals When 1 \ 2 \ 3 .Available PerApr'68 Permit or I Co:r.rr.ent Other Valuei l $2,200,000 Housing for Elderly. OwnerAtlanta Area Presbyterian Horre, I nc. Builder-Abco Builqers. Constr . s tarted 7-1-68. 30% compl . 11-1-68. ---+---t----+----------1----------+------.~--<----¼----f-----!--i·---t-----+------~--.;._-----..,:_-----, uc-::,1 54 Apts. 3136 Gordon Rd. $270,000 Conv. Owner-D.L. Knox & Ass,oc. SV/ r---,r----+--------+-----------1------+--+----+--:1--1---t--·l------1--------4---..:.,_------------ Gun Club Apts. 1033 Holl·ywood R< Rd. between ·· Hollywood Rd. ·& Gun Club Road Permit $940,000 221 d (3) Owner - Hollywood West Co. Builder-Gartrell Cons tr. Co. 20A. Res.(Low Rent) 7½A. Com. proposed FHA financing Pro1oter-JoeAnd erson, Roy D. Warr~n. Rezoning approved 1~3-ij8(Tied in with Item B-2) Pr e liminary appl. presented to FHA for consideration(ll21-67). Additional 104 expect~d later. Const. started 7-1-68. 29% complo 10-1-68. ---;----t------t--------1---------+--------t~-t--+--+--+--:+---1------+--------1---------------32 ri'own Houses 390 West Lake Dr., NW Permit $242 , 452 Conv. Owner - H.Jo Russell Builder-H. J . Russell ! I +----+----1-------..-11----------1------t--ll---+---1---1---i---+------+-------l.---.-----_,;..-------uc-:34 _Apts. 200 Peyton Pl. SW . -··- Permit $576,000 Conv. --·----·--- ·- Owne~-Mendel Romm, Jr. Builder-Same - - ·-··-----~ - ---~--~ �15 - --- HOUSING RESOURCES COHMITTEE -- DATE Nov. 15 , 1 968 , An Inventory of LOW AND MEDM1 INCOl'lE HOUSING lli ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed ·..··.-t3:n I th1 Pmtltsll Es:'~enate N'o. Unit s N Permit or -. o. Be dr ooms 1Mon or Ry en a s v,a . ro !."_.i.-!:N:..::e~w~_;!_E;;:;•xi:::::,:·s~t~_...:;:.D~e~s:i.:!:.!·gn~a;::.:t~i~o:.:;n~-l----.::.L~o~c:,:::a~t::;.i~on~-+-=-Pr.:..::::.ofi;gr:.;am::::.:!.-l-.:l:;__~.::.2--J.--=::3-}l....::l~_::.2-ll·_;;.3--j!~A..:..v:;:;ai::.:·l:.:a::.:b:.:l:.;;e+__::.0.:.th:.:.e.::::;r:_V:..:al~u:..:e,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _C_o_rr-_~_e_n_t__ I uc-:35 48 u c -:36 32 I Apts. 330 Brownlee · Rd ·., SW Apts. Conv. Permit Permit $300,000 1930 Honeysuckl1~ Conv. Lane, SW -- Permit $400,000 I Owner-c.c. Th o r nton Builder -Day La bor Ow ne r -Fr e d Sc hwa c mm le Builder-Day La b o r ' uc-:37 350 Public Housing Thomasville Project. . u.'.R 40 P.H. 120 80 Jan 18'70 Ave. Cost $14,500/U ... \ . 500 Bankhead lt l 2 113 114 I 132 108 148 112 Both sides Bank - ·Turnkey _ Hea·d. Hwy. Near River & Ma ynard Rd. u nits u n its uni ts uni ts spheduled scheduled scheduled sphedule~ for fo r for for comr let ion comr letion comrletion comi:letion HUD Com. Ove r all cost $ 9,99 8,668 ll eve ope "S cost to H.A. • $ 9,356 , 094 I nc. land Permit Nm • 2 5, 1! 368 Est ~ Jan. 1, 1969) Ma~ 25 ~ 19 3s 244! 6s 15 Permit or Other Value I FHA Allot. $1,630,000 Addit onal requested Total FHA originally reluctant to app ~ove because cf roµg h ~err ain and proximity tc>" Rockdale. H:: s subsequently e {pressed w lllj ngne i3 s to recon·sideJ • • I 18. 6A a ppl. submi tt e d to FHA ., Dec. 28; Density 15U/A Sponsor-I. Sa porta , Prop osed · 1 rent · inc l udes uti l itie s. pre- 1 l i minar y appl . submi t te d to FHA 12 - 1-67. FHA f e a sibil i ty letter extended t o 8-3 - 68 . Pre-feasibility Con fere nce Held~ Has FHA allocation o n first gr o up to be air~cond i t · i o ned (9-6- 68) . Dra inage probiem; being rev iewe d by Area : Site Engr. (10 - 4-68). ' r---r---t---------;----------+-----1---1--+--+--1---t----1------i-------1---_;_----------------- 30 ~ oliday Park To,wne Houses 70 100 Total f-Iolid ay Park To f,Vne .Houses 221 d(3) FHA All o t. $1,200,000 Sponsor revising plans. cond. com. : processing; units red u c e d Awaiting additio nal fu nd s ( 10-4 -68) Part of above Same : as above. I ' 221 d(3) ,------r----;-----i---------;----------r-----t--+---t----t---+---+--1-----+------1----.;... i-------------~ I P-"., t:l.93 ., (MR .fa rt in Luther Raw son-Wash i ngtcn221 d (3) 96 .~ EL • issued ~ing,Jr. · Vi llag~U .R. Project. Nonprofit 32 ~Ebenezer Bapt. Bet. Capitol Horn~s Some R.s. · 24 Tow11, Ho uses hurch) &I-20. (3, 4, 5 BR.> • $ 50,000 !Purchase price for land. FHA Allot. $,?,675,000 $34,861 RS I __ 7.6A ; FHA ha s g i vm1 res ervation for i 5 2 un :its , 3 s t o r i e s . Pla cEd on ma r k et Feb. 5 . Bids opened 5-1-67. 6 bid s s ubmitted, awa r qed J ul y 31 t o Ebenezer Ba pt ~ Chur c h . Appl . filed wit h FHA . :u n a ccep tabl e a s origina 11: subm~tted. Amended application unde ~ fea sib ility s tudy. Feas ~bili t y let ter i ss ued 7 - 1 7 · 68. 1:0 - 4 -68 pl ans being reviEEd ,___,__....., ---...--. r ----·- :'!' -·--··-··--··................. �. 19 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- Ji.:n DATE Nov. 1 5 , 1968 Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUN INCOME HOUSING JN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed te:n No. Units 1' No. Bedrooms Mo~!h!~n~~:J Es;,:~te j Permit or !T0_._1-_ N1r_e·_ .1..,!__E_•XJ._....;s_t-i-_ _D_e_s_i.. gn.....;.a.t_i_o_n_-+-_-~L_o_c.;.;a_t_i_on ____-+-_Pr_o,.>gi.;;;r.;.am;..;.....;...-l--i_2_~,__.;;..3~_ 1_1f--2-,!_3_~~A.;..v-a_i_l..;.a...;b_l-e-+-_o..;.th_e_r_V:_al_u_e-:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _C_o_lT'_,,~_-e_Yl_t_ _ 1 I P-5 20 - 1 Single Family Thomasville UR 221 d (2) '1 I lots Project Commi~ted to builder by H.A. (Other tllan Natl .• iHomEs Ccnstr. C rp. 1 I P-6 1 50 150 N.H. Asbury Hills Nursing Home I Gammon Theologi~al Semin~ry Site Hill Bur t on Act & 23 12 Elderl· I, Una b l e to g e t Hi ll- Burton g r a nt . Nur s ing ffome de f e rred. Sponsor-Rev. H. H. Ba c k s t r om,. Direc t or. Ha s $ 50 ,000. Appr o vei , by Zon. Com. Oc t . 5 . Approve d bv Bd . Ald. Oct . 16 . Hopes to r ~ i se $ 200,000 f o r res erv e and p r e openi ng e xpens e . 202 f----+-----4---------+---------+-----+--+--.-!---f---l---+--1-----+--------1----------------I P- 7 440 Fairburn Rd. Site West side of" 221 d (3) Fairburn N. of Co-op Holy Family Hos)ital 59A . : si t e (ap p r ox . 9 A. rese rv e , f o r El .Sc h. Sp onsor- Mark Palm~u r, Inc.- Bil l Gi l more ) FCH t o partic ipa te . Re duced fr om: 600 units ori gin ally p r o~~sed, bec a use o f c ommitme nt: t o th e Sc h o o l De pt . for a sc p ool s it e in the p r o j ec t. To b ~ devel . by Ma rvi n Warner o f C~nc innati . Now r educ ed to 440 tinits. Ha s FHA a lloc atio n for l OO ~nit s . (9-6-68 ) . Wildwood Park . -··- --··--- - - - -- ·- - - ... ·- - - - ~ - -. ____ ,._,___ , .. __ __ . ..................,.,__ _ ___ ., ..-a.--.···.· . �.I 20 . .-- - HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DATE Nov. 1 5 , 1968 . An I nvent ory of LOW AND MSDIU1'1 I NCOME HOUSD!G JN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Pr opose d ! Monthly Pmts.! Est imate .-... No. Bedrooms or Rentals When No • Units e:n Available Location Program l 2 3 \ 1 I 2 I 3 Designation New ! Exist ..:ro _.;;.-i.-~...,!-__;,.;;;..;.;;.___,__ _.....;;........_..;.;..._ _,.._T_h __o_m_a_s_v_i_·l_l_e_UR _____2_2_1..-.j,,d_(_2_)_.__,;---i~ 1 I P- B 24 i Sing le Family Project ,. I., . 17 I P- 9 " " Central Meth. Church Project 120 2 42 ' ' E. side of Fair·~ 221 d (3) burn Rd. SW, N. Nonprofi~ of Sewell Rd. 1 96 This is r emainder -0 f Natl . Homes pr e fab hous e s being bui l on l o t s ob t ained fr om H. A. ' Bi ds . let to Cous ins Ma y 6. FHA Allot. $1,671,900 Elderly To t al 558 CO;i'.!i:8r.:t I 17 " . ' Perinit or Other Value 4 OA. : s ite . Rez oning from M- 1 and M- 2 appr ov ed ' by Bd~ Ald . J a n . : 1s. A- 1 & A- 2 dev~ l opmeri t pla nned . Pr omoter -C. C. 'Thornt on . Sponsor -Centr al Me t h Ch ur c h. (Re v. A. S . Di c ke r sonPa s tor) (Arc h. - Heery & Hee r y. ) FHA f easib i lity l etter i ss ue d o n I2O / U. Awa it ing r evis ed fo ~ 2,013. Changingto no npr o fi·t. Fund$ appr oved (10 - 4 - 68). - - - - + - -- -1--- --1---------+----------+------1--~--+---+---+---+---4------+-- - - - - - i - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - , I IP- 10 - N. side of Gordot Conv. Rd. , SW, W. of Adamsville Dr. 48 3 QA. is it e. Sponsor - C.C. Thornton. Favor a ble r e c. by Pla n ~ Bd. Oc t . 11 to Zon . Com. Nov .· ; 16 App rove d . No fur t her information. Sewer pr oblem is . n o~ a ppa rent ly r esol ved. Showl g e t under way in Novembe r . - --+---+-----1---------+----------+------+--+---+--+---+--+---1------+--------1----------------- - \ . - ··- --------- --- __ ..,. _ __ _ . f ---·-" _,. ~ •. ___ _,..,,._..._..,_. .......__ _____,C"I'\ _~ ,.·:·- - • �----- I .• t,.;;;n ' 1To . I P- :. 1 -- 4 50 1 Exist Desi.tmation Browntown Rd. Site. DA.TENov . 15 , 1 968 1m Inventory o:t: LOW AND MEDM1 I NCONE HOUSING IN ATLA.~TA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. Uni ts New· l 21 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Location Program No. Bedrooms 1 PmtsJ Estimate !Monthly or Rentals 2 _Ljl l 2 l 3 ·w hen Available Permit or Other Value · l N~ o f Brownvilla Turnkey Rd ·. bet • . Jacksori P 'way & Bolt on fld • , Ni'/ Co:r_'i:ent 1 Having Diff i cul~y. Letter written 5-l ~-68 by Dan Sweat to ~obert Dobbs, ,Chairman Neigh bor r1 0od Ac ti· on pommi tt , e i I a rea po iflt i ng o ut accomplis h ments in genera r- ne,ighb rho pd a:nd 1 eq uE s t ing wi t :id r awal o f opposition. Sito included in J?a c k ge loni111g ; favcrably rep i>rt ed by Planning I)ept. I nfo ma l dis ic us~ ion with Zon. Com. 8-22-68. Anothe1 1 dis cuss i,pn plr opo-;5 ed f or 112-~P-68. I 5 1A . s it e Zon. M- 1 . Wh i tingTurner h a s o ption . Ap p r o ved by HA & HUD; Plan . Bd. recommended favor a ble a ction; Z6n. Com. · den i ed u n a n imous l y 8 - 1 ; Bd . Ald . denied 8-21. Plan . De pt~ spo nsor ed reop e n i ng t he pr o pos e d rezoni ng . Zon. Com. agr eed Nov . 9 to p ermit proje~ t o be re i ntroduced . Pl an . Bao - fav o t a b le rec omme ndat ion No v. 1 5 . Zon. Com. r econs i d e red & deferred t o 7 - 1 - 6 8 . F i nal ac t ion : b y Zon . Com; n ot yet r e q ~ ~s t ed ; h a ve b een wa i ting t o determine ou t come o f Sc h. Bond i ss ue, wh ich wa s v o ted fa vo~ably Nov . 5, 1968 . l IP-12 216 ~ ut l er St. YMCA Apts. 46 'I own Houi.Ses W. -of Hollywood 221 d(3) 72 Rd.NW, N. o f Nonprof i~ Magnolia _Cemetei y -·-- -------· --- 72 72 FHA Al l o t . $2 ,84 5 ,000 ·- p urc ha s ed b y Foundati o n . 1 5 A s a p t s. Sp o n sor YMCA. ArchitectJ o hn ! Cherry . Legal - Hall Ware. Favotabl e rec. by Plan . Bd. Oct . ~l , to Zo n-. Com . Nov. 16 , Defe rred -(Z- 67 - 200- D) . Zan .Com. recons ider ed Dec. 7 and defer/ ~r e a c tio n v e ry red ind efi n i t el y . Re c ons idere d I fav o rable . Assigned by Zon. Com Feb. 22 and approv f o_r feasj bili ty ed b y Bd . Ald . Ma r. 4 . FHA processirg (9-16-68 ) has Under f ea s ibility study. Site i plan f o r entire tract h as bee n : p r e oared and revie~ ed b i _ ·seve ral :0opts . & Agencies; __,..._ . ....... _. . ..........,_. ..,,.,.,..,.," ··"·:,./. - - · ...-.---------~ 5 0 A. : tr a c t Lo rid ans ' s plann ed . f o r Bu tler St . ____- -- ~ ,.) ____ ____ · 1 �22 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DATE Nov. 15, 19 68 An Inventory- o:f LOW A.ND MEDIUM INCO}'IE HOUSING IN ATUNTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed .. I ! I No. -1Jnits .~e:n Ire. Ne~-, ! . Exist Designation IP-1:; Jonesboro Rd. 160 Project (Z-68-33-S) I Location Program w~ side of Jonesboro Rd., SE, S. of McWilliams st. Turnkey Monthly Pmts r Estimate No. Bedrooms. or Rentalsl ·when 1 I 2 3 l 1 2 I 3 Available 20 19 I ! 54 Permit or Other Value Intial proposal $20,500/U 15A. (Plus poss i bly 4 add . acres) Zone d M~l. Deve l o p e r s ! 55 - 4 BR. Zimmerma n, Evans & Leo p o ld. 12 - 5 BR. Arch.-Charles E. Mcc ard . S it e has .t entative approval o f HA 5-~3-68 Zon. Ccm r~aff rmed previous & HUD. Rezo ni ng App l. f i led fal orable acticn. Feb. 26, 1968. P l an. Bd. made 6-~-68 Bd. ~ldl det~err1 ~d action favorable recommend atio n 3 - 13 6-(-68 Zon. Co. a ain confirmed its 1 68 to Zon. Com. approv ed by ap1 rova11 Zon. • Com. 5-9, for 1 60 u n its . 6-J 7-68[Rezoni~g a )pro, ed by Bd. Ald. . Cost: negotiation with HA ; "A- l-C 0 ·at den i ty of 1/U A. Si t e approval latest estimate $19 , 250, api 1. b ing pr ces:,ed hy HUD. H. i\. is further reduction being awaiting prbposal ~rom deve,loper ~ atteinpted. (11-7-6 8 ). I I 1 I I I 353 Bedford Pine U.R. Project N. Ave & Linden P.H. Prelimina ry pl a ns s ubm i tted to g. A.(Reduc ed to 3 53 u nits . tentatively) Development prog:rams be i ng for ma l i z ed by Ar c ~ .-Sheetz & Brad f ield 8 - 1 2 68. , 204 Reg. 149 EldertI.y I IP·-15 22 IP- 16 40 .Apts. 290 Springdale Rd., SW Conv. 1.7A. Re zon ing Apr. by Zan. Com .i 10-10-68 (Z-6 8 - 161 - S) O\'mer-CPR Engr. & De vl. Co. · Inc.: E. side of Brownlee Rd., S1 r N. of . Scott St. HAVING DIFIFIClLTY I - .. - --------· --- I (Z-S8-2 2 -C) 4A . Zoned R-5; t c Zon.: Com. Ma r. 2 1 .f o r rezon i r to A-l( Pla n. Bd.· fa v orable rec •1) Zon. Com. ho lding f o r fur t her discuss i o n wit h applicant. No f urthe r inf o rmati or (9-6-68) I ·- - ------ ·------- - --------· . -.-~.-··-·-- ___ ..-------·'"' .-·"'·:·-~. _..... , ....... --....~ �---:te:::i / .:~. I P-1 7 j 150 600 I Designation Location Program Monthly Pmts ,! Estimate No. Bedrooms or Rentals W'hen 1 2 J j l 213 Available Fed. Honor Farm P.H. Turnkey Bvld., SE Total(Smallest No. Un ts bid) 221 d(3) 1 McDonough · Firms , BIDS J . ·1. Kislak Mo ~tgage Corp. of F[l. orida & BoisE No CascadE Ur1 an Flcrida Re1 ~evelopment Corpo ~ation, Mi ~mi National Homes Corporation Pac·e Developme-1t Corporation The Vector Co. Inc. &_Merton D:3velopment Con.pany Interfaith, In< • IP-la 32 DATE Nov. 15, 1968 Inventory of LOW AND MEDru.t-1 I NCOHE HOUSJNG JN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed An No. Uni ts ~Jew ! Exist I 4 50 23 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Westlake Manor Westlake Av~~NW • 221 . d(3) Units 7 44 600 615 922 828 32 102 L.D~ Permit or Other Value Corr.ment Part of Community Uni t Plan , on 95 A. t r a ct-. Annou ncement o f Fed. partic i p a tio n and al l bc a tion o f 4 50 P . H. uni t s mad e -Dec. 12. Bd . Ald . agree d Cost to a~ce p t and deve l o p a s e x pa nsion o f T'~ille U. R. Pro$ 11.5 mil. jec t (5-6-68) H.'A. c alled fo r pro~os a ls 6- 1 0-6 8 ; due i n H. A , $ 8.7 mil. $ 8,613,500 9-5-~8; (ex tende d t o l b - 2 4 - 6 8) $ 11,619, 58~ · to i'.ncl ude no t less th a n 3 00 $11,161, 50( unit$ for lowest i n come f a mi l. ies . : 5 bids o p ene d 10- 24 - 68. Aw a rd '. not ye t d e t e rmined. FHA $467,500 FHA :f e a sibility l e tter issued 1-4 - '.6 8. FHA Commit t ed (3 - 25 - 6 8: With~r awn fro m FHA 9 - 12 ~68 ) · 'I . --------- - - - - ·- - - --•••-w-·- ·- - - - - - - - - - -· I -- ·- ~ _,. .-... ____ , ......, ..a.:.i ..... AJ, _ __ ._.,_,.,n ,-- -r~·- - . �24 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DA.TE Nov. 15, 1968 An Inventory of LOW AND MEDIIDf I NCO}IE HOUSmG m ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Develonment and Proposed I I N~ Golf Course#2 (Z-68-30-S) IP-2 () c.c. 72 8 l No. Bedrooms 1 2 3 Program Turnkey or Rentals -Y- 2 I 3 I When Available Permit or Other Value Land Cost $1,200,000 (2)&(3) s. side Gordon Conv. Rd., SW 800' E. of Lynhurst Dr. Thornton . I Location of Glenwood Ave. ~pts. IP-~ l 1 Monthly ~ts t E~timate -···t e;;i No. Units lk. Ne~-r ! Exist Desi~ation IP- H 1 800 · j Ea st Lake I 5 a . tra ct rezoned from M- 1 t o A~l . Approved by Zon. Com 6-20-;-68. w. side o f Harwe 11 Conv. approx • 900' N. of Gordon Rd. --·- --·----· I Proposed o n 99A. for Com. Unit Devel. zoned R04; reques ted tc rezone t o C-1, R- 6, A- 1 & A- 2 72 A proposed for Housing; densi ty 10.68U./A. Owner Ja mes Maye et.al. Appl. Ha mil ton Douglas .. Pr omoter Jim Goldin, At l nhta J . C's. Devel o per - Paul Andr e ws , South eastern Deve l . Cor p . Na s h ·v ill~. Architects - All en W. Hall ~ Ha ll & Baugherg, Dall as Cons ulta n t - John Wiers ma, For d Foun~ation, Wa s hingt o n . Feder a Int~rest -Cecil L . Yarborough , Field Rep .- Program Officer, Adult Edcuation U.S. Office o. Educ~ti on, Re gi on IV. 5-23- 68 Zon. ; Com. approved rezo ning unde~ Com. Unit Plan . Approve, by Bd. Ald. 6 - 3- 68 . Mar ch Co . desi gnat ed d~veloper 6 - 27- 68. App~aisals ob ta ined (8 - 21 - 68 ) AHA appr ova l 10~15- 68 • . Owne~s -Carl Gol dstein & Ston ½A. rezoned from R-5 to A-1 . Appr~ved by Zon. Corn. 6-2-68. J I Comi7;,e:1t .. I ·- --- - .-...... ·- -- __ . ..,..__ .. ,,. �25 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -l DA.TENov. 15 , 1968 1m Inventory of LOW AND MEDim1 I NCO}JE HOUSlliG IN .ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed !Monthly Prnts~ Estimate I· · -t.e::-:i No. Unit s No. Bedrooms or Rentals l ilc1_._1-N _re_1_-1~'- _ E_xi;....·.;;.s... t..:.-__D_e_s_i__gn~a.... ti_o_n_....l_____ L;....;..oc.;..a;.;.t;;.;;i;..;o.;;.n;...._J_...;Pr.;.;;..;o;.:.;g.,;;;r..;;;am;;;.;..._,_l_;rP l 2 I 3 I [ P - ~a2 124 I W. · side Ha rwell 150' N. Rd., LL When Available Permit or Other Value SU Pe rmi t in C- 1 . Ap pl .-Carl Golds t ein & S t o ne. Ap pr oved b J Zon. : Com. 6- 2 -6 8 . of Conv. Rd., SW, of Gord1Dn 237, 14"h Dist. Owne i - Red Hear t Oi l Co ~ Rezo n e d fr om C-1 to A-1. Appr oved. by Zon. Com. 6- 20 - 68 . Appl. _Tom ·Mus gr ove. Rear of propert,conv. on Gordon Rd., LL 14, 14th Di~ • F.Co. 8 Co:r.m.er..t - - --+-- - - + - - - - - + - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - + - - - - - - + - - + - - - + - - - 1 - - - 1 - - - 1 - - - - 1 - - - - - - i - - - - - - - t - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -I P-2<'.. Flipper Temple · Homes 163 FHA Allot. $1,712,000 Arno Court N~ o 221 d(3) Magnolia Cemete1·y Pa s t~r - Rev. J u l ius Will ia ms FHA fea s ibility l e tter i ss u e d 9-20- 68. Sp o ns o r restudyin_g p r o p os a l. Pr omo ter & Arch. I. Sa porta . Pre - fea s ibility Con fere nc e h e ld. -· ----t-----!-'.'"-- - - + - - - - - - - --+-- - - - - - - --+- - - - - + - - + - - - + - - - + - - - + - - + - - 4 - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - + - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IP-2 !> 175 Pris on Cr . & Le i l a La ne Ar c hite c t pr e ceding wi th consJr. dr a wi n gs. Appr 0is als be ing obtained by H. A. Pre limi~ary plans app r oved 8 - 2 - 6 : Approv ed by HUD l o c a l ly and s u b mitted t o HUD , Wa s h i ngt o n , f o r appr o val 9-11-68. Le t t er of int e nt , s igned 10-3-68 . LL 5, 14th Dist . Turnkey F. Co. .1--- -+- - - - t - - - - - - - - ~ f - - - - - - - - - + - - - - - . - 1 - - - 1 - - - 1 - - - ¼ - - + - - + - - - + - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - l - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- 1 \ I . --··- --·---- --- ·- - - _,--·-•-w-a-. ·---- -- ---· . -.-~-,. . . .. ___ ,. ,_. _. . . . ,..._..____ _, -.c,n,~··"l': :.~ . �26 -l · -4. .. ve:::l ' ,T 110 . DATE Nov. 15, 196 8 A.ri. Inventory of LOW AND MEDIUM INCOi IE HOUSING IN ATLANTA 1 Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. Units New! Exist Designation . !Z-67-242-S 72 ' --- I 64 I P- :~7 I P-:~!: .. Location Program No. Bedrooms 1 2 3 Monthly Pmtsl! Estimate or Rentals ·when Permit or 1 2 !__L)1_A_v_a1_·1_a_b_l_e~_o_t_h_er_V_hl_u_e~___________C_o_~_~_e_n_t__ LL68, 14th Dist,Conv. F. Co. NW side o ' Waters Rd., SE,:iw from Cor. of Clevel~nd Ave. Martin Manor l 6.7A. zoned R-4. Owner- Mr s. Viola Jackson. "Appl .- R .S. Young.Plan. Bd. deferred Feb. 14, +968. Ap proved by Zon. Com. Ma r. 21. Appr oved by Bd. Ald. Apr. 1. FHA Allot. !$653,000 221 d(3) s. side Boulder Conv. Pk. Dr. W. of Brownlee 120 6 48 60 9.6A ~ Zon. Com. appvd. Sept. 19, · (Z-68-132-C) Town Houses ; l ½ B~ split level. Owner Dutch Valle y Corp; Pr omo ter!. Sap ort a . - IP-30 Feasibility letter issue d 9-20 -;- 68. . I· IP-2~> I HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE 56 2 00 ' Watts Rd., NW, off N.W. Drive 221 d(3) nonprofit 6jA. : Developet-Ja mes W. Howa -t Rez o µi n g appl. a pprvd~ by Zon. Com. 9 -16- 68.(Z-68 - 139-C). Mildred Pl. & Wood St., NW 221 d(3) nonprofit 30A, : tract (25A vac a nt ) Spon . Libe rty Bapt. Church. Pr omo t e1 J. T: Bi c kers. Developme nt t o be similar ' . t o Allen Templ. Zon. : Com. delayed a ction t o r< z o ne : 9-5-68; awaiting det ail ec plans. r----t----t----------1-----------+------1---+----1---1---¼---1---1-------1-------..--__,;._____________ _ ! I ! . - .. - ---·----- --- ·- - - -··---·--·- -- - - - - - - - - - - · f ...- _,. M••-., . _ ___ _. , _._....... . .....u - - -·- -.••n ... . , ..._· - 1 �27 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE ---.·-• ...v -3::l ro . IP- .3 ] I I An DATE Nov. 1 5 , 1968 Inventory of AND MEDim1 INCO}IE HOUSDJG DJ ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed L(Jt] I No . Units Designation I New! Exist I Wildwood Pk. T . H •. 44 Location I I No. Bedrooms 112 3 ProQ"ram IMo::ithly ?mts~ Estimate When or Rentals Available l 2\3 Permit or Other Value Co::-r.r::ent 221 d(3) FHA Allot. $650,000 Funds approved. Backlog 56 " " FHA Allot. $8 18,500 Funds approved. Ba c kl og 58 Forrest Park Cooperative T. H. 221 d(3) FHA Allot. $808,900 BMIR funds apprdved. B:;icklog i IP-3:2, FHA Allot. $636 ,_800 II II 44 " " '; " " ' I P-33 162 Feas~bility stage. Backlog. FHA f orm 2013 & e xhibit s rec . for pondt. commitment. 207 Lakeside N. Ap1,s. +---+-----1---------+---,---------+-----1--1----1---1---+--+----l-------1-------+-----------------IP-3~. Apts. 24 290 Springdale Rd .. , SW 1. 7 A'. . Zon. Com. Appvd. Rezon- Conv .• Omitted f~om Totals; t b is i::, a cJuplica ion ing t o A-1 from R-4 Oct. 10 . 1968:. Owner - Appl. CPR Engr. & Devel. Co., Inc. I uc-1 26 Single . Family I Thomasville U.R 221 d(3) Project lots un·commi~ted for di~posal ' j . -··- --·----- -· ·--- I Orig~na lly 157 unsold lots. , 53 lpts sold t o Natl. Homes Const. Corp. 20 lots committ ee to aµ other builder. 19 l o ts committed to NRtl. Homes Cor p. 39 lpts sold- to Natl. Homes Corp :. & Cousins. �-::ti";;n / Jro. BC- !! DATENov. 1 5, 1 9.6 8 A.'1. Inventory of LOW J\ND MEDIUN I NCO>IE HOUSDJG DJ ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. Units I lfow ! Exist Desirmation j 150 ! jApts. I 28 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Location Program E~ of Gun Club i Rd·., s. 221 d (3) of Alvin Dr., N.W. I I 1 2 I Monthly Pmts ,t Estimate "When Permit or 3 1_l_~ j _2-;!....;;3_~A~v~a~i~l143.215.248.55l~e~!~_O~t~h~e~r~ V=u~e~ al ___________C_o~_.~_..e_r._t._ _ No. Bedrooms or Rentals l---=----r--=--.---:c--'.--::---.-~-.---::;---t !-i I ! Appr ox . 12 A. (Tied in wit h Item UC-32). Rez o ned from R- 5 to A- 1 . Approved 3-2-67. Promoter-Joe Ande rson of Roy D. War ren Co. 1 Similar sit~tation to UC-32 l r---~/: - - - - - t - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - t - - - - - - - - , . - - t - - - 1 - - l:---:r----1---t-l------:lt -------1------------------50 1- 'Apts. i S. side of Westf221 d(3) view Ave., SW in Lim. Div. West End. U.R. Project 1 I I )_ i This property las excellent pot,ential for de\i elop rnent und e r :~21 <" (3). Re Deated· inquiries have been made by ·1nt1 ~rested de,elcpers for relBas, ~ of this· site by the City. J . M. Richardson of J o hnson , Ric hard son & As soc. want s to purchase this Ci ty owne d land · (mos tly zoned R-5 ) along s. s ide i o f Westv iew Dr. betwe e1 Darg~n Pl . · and Hold er ness St e ( appr ox. 3. 4A .) U. R. Polic y Committe e declined to a ct on. Proposed to hold s tatus quo f or present . Purc ha se of t his si te : also requested repe ated ly by Chas. A. Mueller . ' · BC- 4 36 Seminole Ct. Apts,. Near N. HighTurnkey 32 land & North AvE. Rehab. _ ' Efficiency. In fair condition Owner ~ant s t o sell . Listed by Ed L. Barnum . Realty Co. ! - -,--r----i-----i---------1-~--------+-----+--+---+---+---1--+--+------+--------1f--~------------- . ····- ------- --- ._.____, _ ______________ __.... _______. . ___. r .. - .-~ ..,......... - ...- ,n .-·. -: .~ ,........ . ., ,:. ..... �29 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- An I I DATE Nov. 15, 1968 Inventory of LCJ.iJ AND MEDIUN INCOHE HOUSING lli ATLANTA ·i Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. U:u ts Ne1-r ! Exist ten J: o, BC-!:, I 80 Monthly Pmts.l Estimate Designation Location Harwell Rd. at Oakcliff ., NW Program dr;.;.,.-oo.c..:m,...;s~.--=-'o;;.;;r~R=-=e=n;,..;;t;.;;;:a::=l=s-+ 1----=N_o..;:.•-,---B-=-e__ 1 2 3 1 I 2 I 3 221 d(3) I j l ! I I .. . l Permit or .Available I Other Value 'When Apartment use 'or the major portion of this~ ite appears mor~ prlctical th a n single family, for whiGh ~rea is now zoned. 6½A. tract. Cenker & Ki ng l o f fOwners-Developers, Densi ty 12.5U/A zoned ~-5; Previous l y approved by Zon. Com. 6 - 2 3- 66 1 Deni~d by Bd. Ald. 7-8- 6 6 o n 1 ohj ·e ctions from Q. V. Vi lli amso n 1 as inconsistent wit h o r i g inal Adasmville plan.'. Defer:red by Zon •. Com. 10-16. Va r ia nce granted by Bd. Ald. De nied by . Zond:. Com. Included in Package Zoning proposal. Repo'.r ted favorably by Pla n . Dept:. l ..i---1----~---------1----------l--------i--~---1---+---t---!----1-----~------+----------------BC- I>- 35 . 30 40 Railroad Av~.NE 221 (h) 221 d(2) Turnkey In vie,~ of cur1ently undetermin ~d future ~f 1his !limited are ~, i1 appears t hat erection of prE~fabs on existing lots and oon~truc~ion of a s1nall high rise apartment development on former County ow~ed land in tris a~ea, is the mos feasible solution at this time. Appox. 6.5A.(incl u di ngsc h o ol site. for a bout 2.5 A. ) Pr omo te r Noye_s Collinson, Amer ic an Frie_n ds Service Commi t tee. Arch.- Henr y Nor r i s. I s n ow inte:rested in pr e fa o s f or t hi s a r e ~, pend i ng possibl e ultima te a c q u i s iti o n by Cit y for ~a p id Transi t. Petition submitted to Plan . Dept . to rez one f rom R-3 to A- 2, s ma l l tr a dt ( a bout 6 A. ) o f v a c an t lan~ fo r .hi gh r i se (poss ibl y . 14 0~). Promoter- Bi l l Li tch field, Ada m~-C a tes. ! I I \ . -··- -·-·----- --- ·- - ,____ .- -..........---.. ___ .._._ _ ___ .. - .-~ - ......... - ··-- _., r...... _.... •._,._________ .,~ .--r:~-. �-:::t E]::71 lfo . BC- 'i I 30 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DA'l'ENov. 15', 1968 J,:n Invent ory of LOW AND MEDTilll I NCO}JE HOUSING IN ATLANTA. Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed No. Units fJe~r ! Exist Designation Location 5 00 Program E .· of Jonesboro Tur n k ey Rd~SE opposite or Macadonia Rd. 221 d (3) .. No. Bedrooms IMonthly Pmts. or Rentals 1 I 2 3 I ~ (2 ) 1 2 I 3 Estimate ·when Available Perinit or Ot her Value Co!':'.me:1t, l . \ , . "• \ . 165A . tra c t z o ned R- 4 . Pr o mo t e r s co ns idered Communit y Uni t P l a n appr o a c h and gave i t up a $ t o o compli c ate d , in vi e w o f mu ltiple o wnershi p ; excel-l en t l oc ati o n . Pr o posed to HA . f o r Turnke y. HA ;i..s interested i n o n l y 50 a c res=. Pr omoter sBob Woodward & Bob Cousins. Pr o mo ter s willing t o c o mmit ·rema i ning 1 1 5A. at a reasonabl e : price t o a land bank, thru . a n o npr o fi t Hou s ing Deve l Corp~ S ite being co nsidered b y Zi mmerman, Evans & Le o pold fo r devel o pment under Community Unit'. Plan . S ite rec ommended b y HRC f o r inclusi o n in package z o nipg pr o posal; reported negati v e by Plan . Dept; politic al o pp osition,. ! i' . ! . i I i . i . ' . ' ' r •I . . . - ··- --·---- ! •. ·- - --- I .- - . - - - - . ........ - ------- --~ __..____ r. _... ..,._..._..... , ... ___," .--.·.- ,. . �-I , T~~:n .o BC ·- E No. ! Ne~i I 375 31 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE DATE Nov. 1 5 , 1968 kn Inventory of LOW AND MEDIIDf I NCOME HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed Units Exist Designation Location Single Family Development 1 25 Program No. Bedrooms 1 2 I 3 Monthly Pmts J Estimate ·when or Rentals 1 2 I 3 Available I Tent at i ve Comm i tmen t s by Hous i ng Authorit y and FF..A . & Private S~ le~ .. Corr.mer..t I Off. Boulder Park Turnkey Dr., SW Permit or Other Value ' -. BC - ~ 225 Ga. Teachers Di velopment Inc. 221 d (3) Nonprofit La nd a c q u i red b y Q. V . '. Willi amson a fter turndown by HUD fpr Tu rnk e y dev elopment . A.pp l iG at ion fi l ed with FHA for a llo tmen t. Now co nsiderin g pa r t o f Har t rampt t ra c t . Ma y not ma te ria l i ze if thi s tr a ct i s so ld t o Bill Moo re who is ne g o t?,-ati ng f or i t s . Applic·a ti on w~ t hdrawn . . ... ' I ! ' ' ·' • - . - l ' ·,:' ' ' I -··- --~-·---- -- II ·- - - --- l i __ ....__,____,___ .. ---~ ----. ___ _...,,.._, .......... .. ._...,.,n .··-.·~·- -. �C 32 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -- DATE NOV. 15, 1968 An Invent ory of LOW AND MEDIUN INCO.ME HOUSING IN ATLANTA . -1 Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed  :tc,:n No. Units New i Exist 1:o " BC-1O i 250 l BC-11 1· I 16 DesiITT1ation · !Apts. Location Pro_gram s. of Oak Dr. S8 221 d(3) E. · of Empire Dr~ Co-op ·I , Monthly Pmts ,r Estimate No. Bedrooms or Rentals When 1 2 j 3 1 l 2 I 3 .Available Permit or Other Value Conuner.t 25A. s it e now zoned M-1. Promoter-Robert Laxon. OwnerLee Fore. Builder - Victoria Masl:i.a. Developer - FHA,Inc. FHA thinks OK . Ward Ald . strongly o pposed to rezoning. Ownet wants property placed i n "package" rezoning progra m fo r low-income housing. Recommend~ ed t o Plan. Dept. Plan. Dept. ·reported negatively. Poli tica l oppo?i tion. W. side of GilbE•rt. Conv. lA . · tract; zoned A- 1 . Co-owner · Keith Elmo re & Wm . Merrit t· . Owners-desire to retain owne r-ship These owners have cor tacted FHA which is not in1 erested in :~21 ~ (3: development o n suc h a & operat e. small tract. Most B&l Assn. and sever:: 1 banks i1a the Ci ~Y h·1ve ~lsc been contac t Ed; all decllined ; to fin~n ce. Should be able to get assjstance thJu recenply borm~d F.ousing Development Corp. of Met~ opolitan Atlan~a. Rdo SE(at Claytcn Co. Line) i - - - - t - - - - 1 - - - - - t - - - - - - - - - t - - - - - - - . - - --~-----+---t----t-----,t--+---1----;-------t-------+----e--------------BC-J.2 i 20 W. side of Fair-Conv. Before Zon. Com. 3-23; Held burn Rd.SW near over : a wa iting submission of Bakers Ferry Rd. plans(now submitted ) Promo terDavi~ Berry. No additional informati on (8-15-68). -·-- ---·- - -- --- ·- __ - ___ , __..._. __ ·-------...--- ~ .,.. •-··-··~,-.._...-,,:. ..,.,.-_ _._,...,.,n .-"'l·:·· -. �33 HOUSING RESOURCES crn1MITTEE DA.TE Nov. A.z1 15, 1968 Inventory of LOW A.ND MEDIUH INCOHE HOUSING JN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in Development and Proposed l Monthly ?'rots. Estimate No. Bedrooms or Rentals 'When Permit or 1 ·~-ro~:·:.._-1-~N~e~w~!_E~xi~·s143.215.248.55v~-~D~e~s~i~gnt::.:::a~t=i~on:::...~---=L~o~c~a~t~i~o~n:..__.1,-~Pr;..::..;0~1g~r~am=-~~l~l:__2--1l,.....:;3_1_1_+-2-~\~3;._+..;A~v~a~i~l~a~b~l~e~~O~t~h~e~r_V~al~u~,e~___________C_o_,_.~_,e_~_.t_ _ I Zoned A-1. Site location BC-13 650 Apts. E.- of Kimberly Turnkey ! Ra. in F. Co. tentatively approved by HA . (LL 29 FF) P &D Com. approved & recomme nd ed favorable consider ation - o f entativ site aopr__._..,, . __ BC- J~.7~-+-5~0~0~~...;;;;.;=~1-o_l_d_•..;;..;;.N~a~t-l-.-H-o-m~~-s-LL-6_4_1_4_t_h_D_i_s_t~.-2-2_1_d_(_2_)~1--t---:!---1---;--i-l lOOA. zone d R-5; Promo t e r - Wm. Ca son , Shar p-Boy l s t on Co . Ne e d property (FF) W. of County & Turn~ey outfall s ew er( J oi nt pr o j ec t o f Line Rd. (SF & Ap t s.) This ii: e x c elHmt ocation for Single t he City of Atl a n t a and F. F2mil~. Co. I ten ' I . BC- J.8 102 Fairburn & Gordon Apts. NE qupdrant 221 d(3) intersection of R.S. Gordon Rd. & Fairburn FHA Allot. $113,652 FHA 1 o r m 201 3 & ~ xhib it s re c . Awai'ting ap p r oval o f R.S. funds 1 0-25-68. 1----,t----t---------1----------+-------1----1-----1--1---i----i---i-------1--------+---,------,----------BC- J.9 223 50 Wellswood Apts Add iticm al Poten·tial Turnkey 20.3A . Pr opos a l s ubmitte d b y the Marvin Wa rner Co. H. A. si t e a ppr ov a l f or en ti re t ra ct (3 0A . ) r eq u¢ s t e d . Ve rbal approv a l 92 4-68 . Pr o pos a l appro a c h i ng st ag~ f o r let te r o f intent . Deve i o per denied by Cit y fro m co ns t ruc ti ng duplexe~ o n add. l OA; : t ra ct con s idering s ingle fm1i l:y . or Single Family - ----i----t----+---- - ----+-------,-----1-------l,.;...---j---+---+---+---+---+----....-+-------+------------------I 206 !Pr ev i o u s · 1 6 A. i s ite z o ned A- 1. Pr omo terW. of Jonesboro Tu r nkey Est. 8unningham Site 100 S. of Macedoni~ Pittman & Hil liard $3,644 ,500 St~ Li t c hfi e ld, Ad a ms- Cates . This p r ojec t i s g e tt i ng poli ti c al r es i p ta n c ·e . Tentat ive · Turnkey (J(1de • ly) . -··- -------- --- ___ !___ __ _ _ ____,....., _ _ ' ... - .- ". ..,........ _ _ _ _ _ , ....... _....._.....,,_ _ __ ...,._-.,c", ; . ··"'\·: ·- · . �., HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE -! te:n No. Units New 1· Exist J.o. BC-22 110 BC- 23 400 ' 1 DA'l'E Nov. 15, 1968 1m Inventory of LOW .AND MEDIUN I NCOME HOUSING IN ATLANTA Recently Completed, in DeveloDment and Proposed Location Designation No. Bedrooms 1 2 3 Program Monthly Pmts .! Estimate or Rentals When 1 2 I 3 Available Permit or Other Value 9.72 A. tract. Zoned A- 1,8 - 66 Owner-Herman Levin. Tel.252- 4 950. (Ros well PlumbersSandy Spri ngs) Greendale Dr.SE Turnkey 22ld(3) er Conv. · 1 He rma n Levin Property Cornrr.ent ·. 48.lA . tract . z o ned A- 1. Ov, nerW.side of Kim- Turnkey Att y F ine and o ther s propose berly. Rd., SW in to ahnex to City . Petit~on ·· Fulton Co. subm:i tted. Public Hearing Hel d . Architect;3 & deveiopers irop)se ~ubmitting request for a 400 un jt Tu r nkefY devel )pme1 t initial l y. Site wa s · Julf 31; approved. Annexatio n not inclur:led in pilan icons ide "ed b y P & D Com. because scheduled f o r Jan.'69. Ar c h. - · Enlo~, We s t & Granade . Devel.petition " eqt: es·t 1i as not submi ttPd by dead l ine. Klingbeil Co. - ---+-----.---~--------~---------i-------+---+----,1---1---1---1---1------.--------+----------------,-BC-24 250 Techwood & Nor-th Avenue l Te nt ~tive - For Elderly Turn~ey 1 - - - - - 1 - - - -- - - + - - - - - - - - - + - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - + - - + - ~ - 1 - - - 1 - - - + - - - + - - - + - - - - - - - + - - - = - - - - - + - - - - ! - - - - - - - - - - - - -DN11-0 12,3::9 (Prcp osed projects; locations, numbE r of unit ~ each a1d r~aso ns or rot materi, lizing show n in previous report), +---1------,---------+----------+-----~--+---i---t---t--+---+------1------+----------------- DNM-1 Park West Apts. (3751 Gordon Rd . 221 d(3) 3 NW) L.D. 52 72 83 Permi t • $416,635 FHA Allot. $ 520,000 DNM-·2 300 . 569 Hartra.mph prop. 221 d (3) LL204,14th Dist. F. Co. Co-op . l \ compieted 8 - 1-68. Construction s topped. Project c ance lled .1 Founoation difficulties. i HAV NG DIFF [ CUITY • A p o rtion o f original tract (70 ~cres) under optio n to Bill i Moore for devel. Havi ng trouble getting co nstr. loan . Proj~ct abandoned. J \ - - . 3 Committed by . FHA and 2% . -··- -·-·- --- - ·- - - - - - - - ·- - - - - - - . - ·-!'!".-'··----·--·-· . . . . ~.o.Jj,,1,_ _ _._ .... . ,.-l .·· -.·: - - - �
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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Minutes December 12, 1968 The Second Annual Meeting of the Housing Resources Committee was held on Thursday, December 12, 1960, in Committee Room 2, Second Floor, City Hall to review and discuss the work of the Committee in the low-income housing program during the past two years. November 15 marked the completion of the second year since the Mayor established the Housing Resources Committee on November 15, 1966, in his Conference on Housing. Copies of invitational notice, list of those invited, with attendance indicated, and other related documents are attached to the file copy of these minutes only. Chairman Alexander opened the meeting at 10:30 a.m. and calied on Alderman Cotsakis for a statement which he had asked to make. Mr. Cotsakis commented on revision of the Building Codes for the City of Atlanta, particularly to allow experimental housing to be built in the Model Cities area. He said that if any one had any chnges of the Building Codes which they desired be made, that they should bring proposals for specific changes to the attention of the Building Committee. Mr, Alexander then called on Malcolm Jones to cemment on the accomplishments of the Housing Resources Committee, Mr. Jones said that November 15, 1968, marked the completion ef the first two years’ activity of the Kousing Resources Committee in its effort to promote and accelerate the Loweincome Housing Program in Atlanta, for which the goal was 16,800 low and medium income housing units during a five year period (1967-71), announced by the Mayor in his Housing Conference establishing the HRC on November 15, 1966. He then stated that tho five. yoar goal is new in the pipeline and that the current status of the lew and medium income housing program shews; Conpleted 3,217 units Under Construction 6,278 units In Planning 7,337 units In Sight YeCST units Total This slightly exceeds (by 32 units) the 5 year goal of 16,800 units and is enly 305 units short, in the first two categories, of the ag@ticipated need for 9,800 units during the first two years of the program, Page 2 He also stated that the Housing Resources Committee has accomplished: 1. 26 ic, il, iz, 13. Promotion of low and medium income housing and coordination of efforts in this field. Establishment of the Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation to assist local non- profit housing corporations. Acceptance by the Federai Government of use of prefabricated relocateable units as temporary relocation housing. Expansion of the base for Federal Grants and Girect Loans, now authorized in the 1968 Housing Act. Urged early adoption by the City of miniature Urban Renewal projects, to clear slums, under the newly adopted Neighborhood Development Program authorized by the 1968 Housing Act. Urged revision of previous conventional planning concepts in an effort to get certain areas rezoned to permit improvement of such areas for residential use. Urged the dispersal of future Public Housing in smaiil developments on scattered sites. Creation of interest in the low-income housing program by nonprofit organizations and formation of several such organizations. Served as a catalyst in neighborhood interest for improvement of Vine City through Urban fenewal. Proposed and obtained concurrence of the Board of Education to draft legislation to authorize developers to build schools simultaneous with develop- ment of housing projects, except in Urban Renewal areas. Participated in ftlanta Conference on Equal Opportunity in Housing. Worked with Model Cities' staff in establishing its rehabilitation program and in site selection for experimental housing. ~ointed out to City officials the necessity for the principle that site selection for low-income housing Should include a planning function and responsibility. Page 3 ir. Jones then stated the six requests which were made to the Planning and Development Committee and the Zoning Committee in Special Meeting on August 2, 1968: i. Asked the Mayor to designate either an existing committee or appoint a new committee of the Board of Aldermen to assume a responsibility in the field of low-income housing. Revision of the Building Codes for the City of Atlanta, particularly to allow experimental housing to be built in the Model Cities area, Revision of the Ordinance governing non-conforming use of land to allow structural changes in improving dwelling units to meet requirements of the Housng Code, Accelerate the urban renewal program particularly in the Nash-Bans, Vine City, and other areas outside the Model Cities area, Authorize the Atlanta Housing Authority to request 2,000 additional units of public housing. Adoption of a revised district zoning map based on the new Land Use ttap to include adequate areas for low-income housing. Mr. Jones then pointed out results to date of the above indicated requests, Mr. Alexander then called on Mr. W. W. Gates, Consultant te the Committee, to discuss the Implications of the 1968 Housing Act. Mr. Gates opened by stating that the National Housing Act was passed by Congress on August 1, 1968, that the legislation provides the tools ,zincentives and success in meeting the national objective wili large depend on: Hr. 1. Sponsor interest a2. Availability of land at a reasonable price 3. the mortgage money market 4. Municipal cooperation 5S. Funding by the Congress in 1969 6. Building code and zoning restrictions Gates then discussed four sections of the Act: Section 238, Section 237, Section 236 and Fection 235. Section 238: Establishes a new Epecial Risk Insurance Fund which permits the Federal Housing Administration to assume Page 4 higher mortgage insurance risks in connection with both location and credit charachteristics that were unacceptable under the mutual mortgage insurance fund, Section 237: Provides, on an experimental basis, FHA mortgage insurance to finance home ownership for low income families who wouid not qualify under normal credit standards. Section 236: The tenant under this program will pay 25% of his famiis © income and HUD will pay the difference between the amount collected and the amount of the rent. Limited to families whose incomes are not in excess of 135% of initial admission levels of public housing. section 235: This section places heavy emphasis on home ownerShip and provides that if the purchaser of a new home or 2 living unit in a condomimium will pay at least 20% of the family's income and HUD will pay the balance of the monthly mortgage payments, Mr. Gates closed his discussion by stating that “The impact of this bill on housing should be tremendous, The tools are available as never before." Mr. Alexander then discussed Future Direction of the Committee. He said that the Committee requests that the Mayor and Board of Aldermen give consideration to these proposals and advise us accordingly in a revised statement of mission for the Committee; i. All bodies concerned with housing review the present and continuing need for low income housing. 2. Eliminate existing slums and provide housing as needed in the area for those who wish to remain there, 3. Place housing near jobs and public facilities in the City of Atlanta and throughout the metropolitan area. 4, Continue efforts to promote innovative low-income housing construction in Atlanta. 5. Continue to aid efforts to climinate social problems connected with housing, 6, Further involve the business community in the housing program. 7. Assist nonprofit groups and developers in their efforts to obtain land and construct housing. Page 5 8. Promote and explain the new general housing act and the fair housing act. 9. Consider national and local legislation usefull to the housing program. 19. Assist in the stabilization of existing neighborhoods and encourage the construction of middle and upper - income residential developments in the City of Atlanta. ll, Attempt to involve persons in the slums in the business side of demolition, rehabilitation or erecting new units, 12, Continue efforts to seil the need for low-income housing to the people cf metropolitan Atlanta, Mr, Alexander then discussed Unfinished Susiness. Some of the phases of the initial program which are not finished are: 1. Completion of projects now in planning. 2. Legislation ‘pending that will allow the city to lease schcols to be built by developers simultaneously with housing projects, except in urban renewal areas. 3. Investigation of problems relating to code restrictions of innovative building. 4, Activation of Board for the Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation. 5S. Obtaining of additional sites in areas where low-income housing is needed, Mr. Alexander made a closing statement thanking the staff, members of the committee, Federal Agencies, Atlanta Housing Authority, Planning Department, Building Department, Public Works Department, members of the Board of Aldermen, Mayor Allen and the members of the Press, Radio and TV Organizations for their ecoperation and assistance, Mr. Alexander then called on Mr. Charles F. Palmer, member of the Public Housing Panel of the Committee, to discuss a Resolution the Panel had prepared. Mr. Palmer stated that the only logical conclusion reached is that €1) subsidized housing must be fairly distriduted throughout the city and, (2) that the only politically feasible way to do this is by a “package deal" simultaneously presented to Council by the Mayor and Atlanta Housing Authority with Page 6 overwhelming community support. He stated that the opion of the sub-committee is that it is not too late to resubmit those rejected zoning applications through the "package plan" on a simultaneous basis to meet the city's needs for subsidized housing and that the Mayor, the Board of Aldermen and the Atlanta Housing Authority should proceed to de so forthwith. Mr. Palmer then stated that if the same energy, zeal and leadership of our "power structure" and city officials that was mobilized to build our dazzling stadium, luxury apartments and magnificent hotels and office buildings in our urban redevelop- ment areas had been applied to providing subsidized housing for those who were bulldozed out of slums to make room for these Majestic structures, the goal of public housing which our Mayor proclaimed so long ago would now be nearly reached. Then, as spokesman for the Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Public Housing and on the sub-comnittee's behalf, moved that our full Committee does now reaffirm its position on "package rezoning", and calls upon its fellow organizations of the City and those responsible for its implementation to cooperate to put it into effect, The Resolution was duel seconded and the Chairman called for discussion, Mr. Alexander then suggested that since this was included in the requests made on Augusut 2, 1968, to the Zoning Committee and the Planning and Bevelopment Committee of the Board of Aldermen and had been referred to the Planning Department, the Committee should first address the Planning Department as to current status of the proposal, Mr. Palmer declined the suggestion and asked for a formal vote on the motion to adopt the Resolution. It was adopted unanimously. Mr. Alexander then showed the Committee slides that were taken of the slums as they exist today in certain areas of the City, particularly Lightening, and as a contrast the new low-income replacement housing developments such as: Wheat Street Gardens, College Plaza, Allen Temple, McDaniel Street apartments for the Elderly, Hoilywood Road Project, Bankhead Highway, Friedship Gardens, Thomasville J.R, Project and the London Towne Houses, Mr. William Howland then commented on the five houses in Linwood Park which have been rehabilitatod by CACUR under the 221 (h) program, The Chairman then called on Mr. Dan Sweat, Director of Governmental Liaison, for comments, ee Page 7 Mr. Sweat stated that the statistics released by Col. Jones and the Committee were impressive and that the influence of the Committee's success was not confined to Atlanta's housing program alone but has also been felt at the national level and that housing experts from over the country have commented on the Atlanta approach and on the excellent program of the Housing Resources Committee, He stated that his fccling is that the story behind the statistics is where the real meaning of this Committee and the Housing Program is to be found, He said that the work of the Committee has made all the city aware of the desperate need for decent housing for the less fortunate, less affluent citizens of Atlanta; that it has helped bridge the gap of creditability botween the City - the institution - the power structure and a very large and important segment of our community, and most important, this program started the City cut on a new direction so long needed. He stated that the Aidermen understood this need when they refused to pass Urban Renewal Survey and Plannin applications until the housing relocation needs were met. The Mayor realized the need when he called the Housing Conference and established this committee and it was obvious that the private business leadership recognized it when, the members of the Housing Resources Committee, responded as has been done, Mr. Sweat then pointed out that the resultant changes are reflected in a report given by Howard Openshaw, Director of Redevelopment of the Housing Authority, at the last CACUR meeting, Mr. Openshaw pointed out that of the 10,033 units begun in urban renewal projects in 1968, 884 units have been completed which is 21 times the number of housing completed the previous year in urban renewal areas. During the same period, only 484 units were demolished in urban renewal areas. So, for the first time in the history of Atlanta's urban renewal program, more housing units were completed in urban renewal areas than were demolished, Mr, Sweat concluded by saying, "We have finally turned the corner in cur urban redevelopment program and are headed in a new direction so long sought." Mr. Archer D. Smith, Iii, Chairman of the Legal Panel, made a warning statement that we-are deluding ourselves if we take the figures presented and quit working; that we have got to be realistic and get behind the package zoning plan. Upon inquiry from the Chairman, Mr. Jones confirmed that sites for all of the 7,337 units shown as In Planning, have not yet been rezoned. Page & In reference to the figures pertaining to Public Housing, contained in the Summary of Status Report (Encl. 2, Second Annual Report), attention is called to the fact that although the 5,476 units shown as Completed, Under Construction and In Planning categories, fall short by 4,100 units of the 5 year’ goal, it is however within 110 units of the 2 year goal of 5,586 Public Housing units announced in the Mayor's Housing Conference, November 15, 1966, The meeting adjourned 11:30 a.a, Respectfully submitted, * rabeabinr oh Malcolm D, n Housing Coordifiator MC Encis: Resolution by Sublic Housing Sub-Committee Article, Atlanta Constitution, December 13, 1968 Editorial, Atlanta Journal, December 14, 1968 Editorial, Atlanta Constitution, December 16, 1968 An Official Cpinion of WSB-Radio/Atlanta, Dec, 22, 1968 Editorial, WSB-IV, January 2, 1969. Editorial, WSB-TV, January 3, 1969
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 4

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  • Text: B THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Friday, December 18, 1968. P - By ALEX COFFIN Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.’s five- year low-cost housing goals ap- ‘pear sure of being met, the mayor’s Housing Resources Committee heard Thursday. And the committee voted unanimously at its second an- nual meeting to push again the so-called “package plan,’’ which |means zoning for low-cost hous- ing throughout all sections of the city simultaneously, Two aldermanic commitlees ment to study the matter last August, but indirectly seemed to hope the matter would be for- gotten. since August. Col. \are under construction ajid 7,337 1966. Allen at that time had se! a ; goal of 16,800 replacement units by 1971. Jones said that some of the 7,837 in planning stages may fall by the wayside, but 6,215 units being considered wlll more thin compensate for any losses. Jones said that the program is 4,100 behind in the public hous- ing category, but 4,068 in the Planning department’ director Collier Gladin Thursday: reported no substantial progress: had been made on the matter Malcolm Jones, staff! man for the HRC, said 3,217; units have been completed, 6.278 - are in the planning stage—a’ total of 16,382 since November, f slighily more costly 221(d) (3) housing. Although Jones’ report was the most optimistic news by far relating to the goals, attorney Archer D. Smith Ill issued a pessimistic warning. “We're deluding ourselves,” he said, “if we take these fig- ures and quit working... We've got to be realistic and get be- hind the package zoning plan.” Harlier in the meeting, Ald. George Cotsakis took exception asked the City Planning depart- | —— 2 Allen’s Klousing Goal Seems Sure; Panel Pushes Zone ‘Package Plan’ to remarks made at this week’s annual Chamber of Commerce meeting that the city’s building codes are antiquated. Cotsakis, chairman of the Building Committee, asked that the HRC and the chamber show him specifically where changes would help the low-cost housing program without jeopardizing health and = safety. If such changes are shown, Cotsakis said, “I assure you you'll get. 100 per cent cooperation.”
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  • Text: THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION Monday, December 16, 1968 A Fight at All Levels Two groups in the vital area of housing heard good news Jast week in Atlanta, but members immediately got off their laurels fo continue their work. The mayor’s Housing Resources Commit- tee was told that Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.’s five-year goal of 16,800 units of low-cost hous- ing surely would be met. More than 3,000 have been completed, an- other 6,000 are under construction, and more than 7,090 are in the planning process. All wasn’t optimism, however. “We're deluding ourselves,” said attorney Archer D, Smith TH, “if we take these figures and quit working. . . . We’ve got to be realistic and get behind the package zoning plan.” The committee voted unanimously to seek again such a plan, which would zone for low-cost housing simultaneously throughout all sections of the city, Such an approach has been studied by the City Planning de- partment since last August. The Citizens Advisory Committee for Ur- ban Renewal, meantime, was hearing that for the first time in urban renewal history here housing construction exceeded the demolition rate. Lest this set off jubilation all over the place, Atlanta Housing Authority official How- ard Openshaw had a somber message, part of which was as follows: “Tn our affluent society, it is unthinkable that millions of Americans remain ill-housed; that affluent whites continue to flee to the suburbs, leaving our urban core to the poor and blacks; that spreading slums and blight are leading us not to decay but destruction, while in many cities, officials remain insensi- tive to the plight of the people.” Starkly put, yes, but a,summing of a national concern, It is well that Atlanta sees the problem and is fighting it through com- mittee, agency, and individual leadership. This is one of America’s most important bal- tles, and it must be engaged at all levels of government,
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  • Text: Did Not Materialize (See Note A attached.) Encls: 1. Summary of Public Housing in Atlanta HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE November 15, 1968 Total Dwelling Units Permitted in Atlanta: SUMMARY Dwelling Units Demolished under Housing Coje: 1963. - 9,129 1966 - 2,382 : Nov. & Dec. 1966 - 144 £964. -'° 3,829 1967 - 4. , 030 STATUS OF ACCELERATED LOW-INCOME HOUSING PROGRAM During 1967 Sul ae 1965 - 2,656 1968 - 4 "098 (thru Oct.) (Commenced Nov. 15, 1966) During 1968(thru Oct) - 740 TOTAL 2,156 S yr. Program, 1967-71 Goals: % established for first 2 yrs. 100% (57%) (13%) (30%) (0% (Same % used for 5 yr. period)16,800 (9,576) (2,184) (5,040) (0) Status *No. Units P.H. & TK FHA 221 Pvt. Devel. (Conv.) Elderly & N. H. Nov. 15 Aug. 15 Nov 15 Aug 15 Nov 15 Aug 15 Nov 15 Aug 15 Nov 15 Aug 15 Completed (New Const .) 3,217 3,002 (650) (310) (854) (700) #(1481) (1760) (232) (232) Under Construction 6,278 5,831 (1412) (1532) (1263) (1174) (3362) (3125) (241) ----- In Planning 7,337 7,712 (2388) (2608) © (4135) (4234) (514) (424) (300) (446) Total In Sight 16,832 16,545 ** (4450) (4450) (6252) (6108) (5357) (5309) (773) (678) Plus Leasing Program (1026) (1026) (5476) (5476) Increase or Deficit +32 -255 (-4100) (-4100) (+4068) (+3824) (+317) (+269) @-773) (+678) Being Considered(all cat.) 6,215 5,205 #400 units developed conventionally, included in previous report, have been dropped because rents are too high to qualify under the Loq= Tagen Hous ing Program. *Figures in this column are basic and represent the entire program; () in columns to the “right, indicate breakdown by programs of figures included in basic column. ** In addition, 1,026 units have been leased for P.H.; 800 of these are now occupied or available for occupancy as Public Housing. Also 18,594 units have been reported by the Housing Gods Division as repaired (rehabilitated). However, those figures include units found in compliance on original inspection, It is estimated that 75% of this figure, or 13,94:5 sub-standard units have been brought into compliance through actual rehabilitation. 340 units have been rehabilitated by the H.A. in the West End U.R. area, These rehabilitated units do not increase the number of housing units available, but do increase the supply of standard units. Note: Includes only units financed under Federal assisted low and medium income housing programs; and units constructed under conventional financing as follows: Multi-family units costing not more than $10,000, exclusive of land Respectully submitted, Duplex units " " " $12,000, " 4 " a PPP} os Pi a ae eA ea Ls Single Family " i Hi se " $15,000, ” a Malcolm D. J alcolm on 2. Notes Housing Coordinator 3. Inventory of Low and MediumIncomeHousing in Atlanta (with office copies only) 4, Project Index (with office copies only) E874 Enel. #1 1140 * (650) (140) (350) 4200 (1372) (730) (1313) (785) 300 5,640 (1,026) HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE November 15, 1968 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN ATLANTA Existing Units in operation - filled. Units in Development stage, as follows: Units under construction off McDaniel St., in Rawson-Washington U.R. Project (Scheduled for completion in "68) (248) Spring'’68 - 310 of these units completed 7-25-68; remaineder completed 11-10-68. Units under construction in Perry Homes Extension - South of Procter Creek. (78) 3 Bedroom (46) 4 Bedroom Bids opened March 7, 1967. Permit issued May '67. Construction behind schedule, (16) 5 Bedroom 85% completed 11-10-68, Estimated completion date Feb. 1, 1969. Units planned for Thomasville U.R. Project (40) 1 Bedroom (16 Elderly) Bids opened May 15, 1968. Contract signed July 1, 1968. Ground broken (120) 2 Bedroom July 17, 1968. Will try to have part delivered before final scheduled (80) 3 Bedroom completion date Jan 1970. (80) 4 Bedroom (30) 5 Bedroom Units reserved (Allocations made by HUD to date; Hollywood Rd., 202; Bankhead Hwy., 500; Gilbert Rd., 220; and Honor Farm #1, 450) (730 units of this reservation are approved for use in the leasing program.) (1,313 units of this reservation are tentatively committed; East Lake #2, 800; Jonesboro Rd., 160; Bedford-Pine U.R. area, 353.) (785) units of this reservation are tentatively proposed for commitment to projects in planning. Units allocated for leasing program (Leased units can only be utilized for P.H. occupancy as they become vacant.) Total under Development and In Planning Units under lease (9 locations); 800 of these are occupied or available for occupancy as Public Housings. On September 18,1968, Bd. of Ald. approved Resolution authorizing H.A. to request allocation from HAA of 2,000 additional units of Public Housing. Request is being prepared by H.A. Total Public Housing Potential *Figures in ( ) in this colum are included in figure above not in ( ). A, i. La HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE November 15, 19658 NOTES 13,260 units proposed did not materialize, of which 12,339 were shown in the previous report of Aug. 15, 1968 and 928 additiona:. units are listed in this report, as Lost. (The majority, but not all, of these losses was due to disapprovais of sites and proposed rezoning.) Proposed locations for lovy-ircone housing are coordinated through the Plan. Dept., for adequacy of Community Facilities, existing or proposed. Proposals are also reviewed periodically with the School Dept. for adequacy of school facilities. The Travelers Insurance Company has financed 70 or more new Single family low-cost houses in the Thomasville Urban Renewal project area under the FHA 221 d(2) insured mortgage program. Equitable has made $1,000,000 available to Atlanta Mortgage Brokerage Co, for financing low-cost homes at favorable rates. Interest is increaSing in development of home-ownership housing. In view of difficulties encountered in zoning and getting other approvals on sites proposed for large multi-family developments, it is apparent that the Low-income Housing Program will have to lean heavily on Developers and Builders providing a substantial portion of the requirement on small scattered sites, both Conventionally and Federal assisted. No proposal had yet been made for construction of units (even efficiency or 1 bedroom) to rent or sell for as low as $50 per month, although the London Towne Houses, a 221 d (3) co-op development now under construction, is approaching this, with its one bedroom unit selling at $69 per month. The City's greatest need is nthe $30-$50 per month rental-purchase range, which appears to have little chance of accomplishment, without governmental subsidy. Prefab distributors and conventional builders have interesting potential houses to offer but, because of Bar of local Codes difficulties are currently producing very few single-family houses in Atlanta to sell in the $10,000-$15,000 range for which there is a strong demand and market, Perhaps the greatest difficulty is availability of suitably priced land within the City Limits. Economics for this price-range sales housing requires land which will not cost the developer more than $1,500 per unit, (a 5,000 sq. £t. lot is considered ample for this type house). Imperial Homes of Griffin, Ga, manufacturers of pre-cut sectionalized frame houses, has developed a 24'x36', 3 bedroom & bath house Gesigned to sell, to the occupant for $8,000 to go on his land; and is developing a 4 bedroom & bath to sell similarly for abou: $9,000, National Homes of Lafayatte, Ind. is erecting 200 units of pre-built, 4 bedroom; bath and $3 units in Chicago and is doing the site planning and landscaping. The nonprofit Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corp. is now in business, The CACUR's nonprofit corporation to rehabilitate existing units under 221 (h) has made excellent progress on its first group of 5 houses in Lindyood Park. MUorris Brown College is another such sponsor. North West Community Forum has also filed applications for 4 projects under 221 (h). Information is welcomed as to corrections, additions or deletions of material contained in this report. (Call 522-4463, Ext. 430). Encl: #2
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Box 5, Folder 9, Document 41

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  • Text: JF. oy aa? GREATER ATLANTA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION The Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, whose primary objective is to assist non-profit sponsors and private developers, as well, in carrying out programs to serve the housing needs of Atlanta's low-income and moderate-income families. The corporation was established under the auspices of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce in June, 1968, with financial support from the Chamber ($10, 000) for the initial funding of the corporation's operations. In close cooperation with the Chamber were Central Atlanta Progress, Inc., key persons of the Mayor's Housing Resources Committee, and others. It was the intent of the Chamber's Board of Directors, in establishing the corporation, to seek a broad base of leadership and financial involvement from throughout the Atlanta business community. Toward this end, a number of the city's leading business citizens have been invited to participate in the funding of the corporation, and there has been grati- fying response, The Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation will aid sponsors of housing programs in several ways: Interpretation and explanation of programs available under current housing legislation; advisory help and coordination of the development functions, such as assistance in selecting an architect, attorney, engineer, contractor, developer and financial institution for construction loans -- seeking, in each case, those experienced in the type project selected; and helping to arrange and negotiate ''seed money" loans for expenses for such services above set out which are incurred before mortgage proceeds become available. These services are being provided through the corporation's Executive Director, who is highly knowledgeable in housing finance, project development and management, judgment of the feasibility of projects, technical aspects of Federal Housing Administration procedures, and communication with the business community and neighborhood groups. Arrangement and negotiation of short-term "seed money" loans will result in a reduction of the sponsor's risk and thereby stimulate the construction of sales and rental housing for lower income families and promote rehabilitation of substandard housing. (One prime source of seed money, or "front end" loans, is to be Atlanta Civic Enterprises, Inc, , an organization of ten larger businesses which have created a pool of resources to help solve the local need for housing. Atlanta Civic Enterprises, Inc., is in agreement with the method of approach being undertaken by the corporation. ) The loan fund administered by Atlanta Civic Enterprises fills this need for seed money, which can be loaned at less than the market rate of interest -- with some type of security -~ and will be generally supplemented to some extent by the non-profit sponsor. It will bea revolving fund, as funds disbursed for the permanent loan are used to repay the seed money, or front end, loans. Housing Development Corporation - 2 Cost of operations will initially be provided from the funding support of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and members of the Atlanta business community. However, the corporation is anticipated to become self-sustaining from the fees or other charges for the technical services rendered. Such charges, as a part of the project cost, would be paid from the proceeds of permanent loans. Already, in some FHA projects which have the 100 per cent loan provision, a consultant fee is allowed for inclusion in the cost and payable when mortgage money is available. The Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation ostensibly would qualify for such fees in many instances. The housing legislation passed by Congress permits non-profit organizations, such as churches, civic organizations, unions and others, to sponsor projects of building or rehabilitating housing for low to moderate income families, with loans up to 100 per cent of the costs at interest rates, in some cases, as low as 1 per cent. Despite 100 per cent financing, the initial costs of architect fees, attorney fees, engineering studies, FHA fees, land options and other costs must be paid before mortgage proceeds become available. These front end expenditures can amount to as much as 4 per cent of the total project cost but are reimbursable when mortgage money becomes available. Lack of funds to meet these expenses often seriously delays or completely rules out projects by non-profit sponsors. Executive Director of the non-profit corporation is Mr. Robert Watkins, formerly owner of Industrial Service Company and with a background in the construction business, Offices of the corporation are located at 2742 First National Bank Building, adjacent to the offices of Central Atlanta Progress, Inc., which is providing secretarial help as well as office space for the new corporation, UVYy
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 9, Folder topic: Housing Resources Committee | 1968
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021