If Charlotte City Council members revisit the density bonus, they are not likely to follow the town of Davidson’s model, which is to require developers to set aside some units for affordable housing. They would likely consider more flexible options. These townhomes included units for low-income buyers when they were built in 2003 on Harper Lee St. in Davidson.
If Charlotte City Council members revisit the density bonus, they are not likely to follow the town of Davidson’s model, which is to require developers to set aside some units for affordable housing. They would likely consider more flexible options. These townhomes included units for low-income buyers when they were built in 2003 on Harper Lee St. in Davidson. File photo
If Charlotte City Council members revisit the density bonus, they are not likely to follow the town of Davidson’s model, which is to require developers to set aside some units for affordable housing. They would likely consider more flexible options. These townhomes included units for low-income buyers when they were built in 2003 on Harper Lee St. in Davidson. File photo

Developers pass on Charlotte low-income housing incentive

October 09, 2015 03:53 PM