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Posted by dwellingplacegr on April 13, 2022
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Dwelling Place is proposing an affordable housing development in downtown Holland. This development was born out of a collaboration with First United Methodist Church and Hope Church who sought out Dwelling Place’s expertise in creating quality affordable housing. 

Dwelling Place propone un desarrollo de viviendas asequibles en el centro de Holand. Este desarrollo nació de una colaboración con First United Methodist Church y Hope Church, quienes buscaron la experiencia de Dwelling Place en la creación de viviendas asequibles de calidad. 

Proposed Development Site

Propuesto del sitio de desarrollo

Upcoming Public Events

Holland Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday July 12th- 5:00pm at Council Chambers 270 S. River Ave

Holland City Council Regular Meeting 

Wednesday July 20th 6:00pm at Council Chambers 270 S. River Ave

Holland City Council Work Session

Wednesday July 27th 6:00pm at Council Chambers 270 S. River Ave

Holland City Council Regular Meeting
Wednesday Aug 3 6:00pm at Council Chambers 270 S. River Ave

Past Engagement  

Affordable Housing Advocate Training Session

Thursday April 3rd – First United Methodist Church

Near Neighbor Engagement 

Thursday April 22nd at First United Methodist Church

Project Introduction & Engagement

Thursday April 28th at Hope Church

Affordable Housing Advocate Training Session

Thursday May 5th – Virtual Session

Feedback Incorporation & Next Steps

Thursday May 12th at Hope Church 

Holland Downtown Development Authority Meeting

Tuesday July 4th- 4:00pm at Council Chambers 270 S. River Ave

4 thoughts on “Holland Development

  • Heidi S.
    on April 17, 2022

    Is this for disabled adults only or for others needing affordable housing? The initial article I read stated Hope Church was looking at housing for disabled adults who currently live with aging parents. This appears it will be only affordable housing, not for disable adults. Please clarify.

    • dwellingplacegr
      on April 18, 2022

      Hi Heidi, thank you for that question. The simple answer is the development will be both. The total development is 46 (possibly 47) apartments. Of those, 11 apartments will have project-based vouchers through MSHDA’s 811 program, which will reserve those units for households with a disability. The remaining apartments will be strictly affordable in various income ranges at or below 60% of the Area Median Income.

  • jjsewell416
    on July 15, 2022

    When do you expect to break ground? Is there a way to make application for one of the units for people with disabilities?

    • dwellingplacegr
      on July 26, 2022

      We are still working through the approval process with the City of Holland and then the next steps would be applying for funding. We are too far out to know when we will break ground and have details on the applications process. We will provide this information as we move through the development process.

      Follow this page for further updates or email marketing@dpgr.org to get added to the Development Community Contact list.

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