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Atlanta Civic Circle Housing Affordability

Atlanta Habitat preps for largest affordable housing development in 38-year history

Volunteers working on a model home at Atlanta Habitat for Humanity's new subdivision, Browns Mill Village. (Photo courtesy of Atlanta Habitat for Humanity)

After working on model homes and infrastructure upgrades the past two years, the folks at Atlanta Habitat for Humanity are gearing up to start construction on additional homes in Browns Mill Village, the largest affordable housing development in the organization’s history.

The construction on the subdivision, located about 15 minutes southeast of downtown, will begin in January.

The development’s plans include 134 homes, which will be sold at varying prices, relative to the area median income (AMI).

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Hannah E. Jones

Hannah Jones is an Atlanta native who recently graduated from Georgia State University, with a major in journalism and minor in public policy. She began studying journalism in high school and has since served as a reporter and editor for two newspapers. Hannah managed the Arts and Living section of The Signal, Georgia State’s independent award-winning newspaper. She has a passion for environmental issues, urban life and telling a good story. Hannah is excited about the opportunity to serve the City of Atlanta and its people. Hannah can be reached at [email protected]

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