CALGARY, ALTA. — The City of Calgary has put three city-owned plots up for sale for affordable housing development.
The properties are available below-market value to eligible non-profit organizations under the Non-Market Housing Land Sale Program, states a news release. Funding is also available.
The parcels are in Bowness, Parkdale and Erlton.
More than 280 homes have been constructed thanks to the program, according to the release.
“Leveraging city-owned land is a key objective of Foundations for Home, Calgary’s Corporate Affordable Housing Strategy,” writes the city in its release.
Applications are open until April 28 for potential buyers.