Housing

Indiana will launch a settlement arbitration tool for Hoosier landlords and renters as it braces for a flood of evictions when the state’s eviction moratorium ends Aug. 14.

Federal Money to Help Homeless Vets

Jul 8, 2020
ECHO

Federal funding has been renewed to help homeless veterans in the Evansville area. 

Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority has announced a new program to help homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage. 

Lake County and East Chicago could have new affordable housing by 2020 as part of a state tax credit program called Moving Forward.

It’s how officials plan to fulfill their promise to help East Chicago residents displaced by lead contamination.

Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority executive director Jake Sipe says Moving Forward tries to rethink affordable housing as about more than just a number of units.

Lofts at Former Downtown YMCA

Oct 5, 2016
Samantha Horton

The Evansville Redevelopment Commission is looking at a 20-year property tax deal to expand low income housing in the community.

Jonathan Anderson, president of Anderson Partners Development, proposed a $13 million project to construct 65 housing units in the old downtown YMCA building Tuesday morning. The agreement would last from 2019 to 2037 with the city paying property taxes back to AP Development.