Affordable Housing

Two New Affordable Housing Projects Set to Get Underway in Pine Hills

The Board of County Commissioners recently voted unanimously to award $13.18 million to developers in order to build four different multi-family affordable housing developments...

Orange County’s Housing for All Initiative Continues Providing Affordable: Options for Residents despite COVID-19 Challenges

With COVID-19 taking center stage, the priority of Orange County Government has been to keep residents safe and support businesses as the economy slowly...

Affordable Housing for Low-Income Seniors Opens Near Pine Hills

Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings and Orange County District 2 Commissioner Christine Moore recently attended the grand opening of The Preserve at Emerald...

Orange County Government Supports New Affordable Housing for Low-Income Seniors

A new elderly affordable housing development – Madison Landing – recently broke ground, less than two miles southwest of Mall at Millenia at 5800...

A County That Works For Everyone: Mayor Demings’ Housing for All Task Force Unveils Final Recommendations

Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings’ Housing For All Task Force recently unveiled its 10-year plan to add tens of thousands of new attainable housing...

Not in My Backyard: Housing for All Task Force Tackles Affordable Housing Stigma

When Tiffany Manuel, Ph.D., president and CEO of TheCaseMade, spoke before Orange County Mayor Demings’ Housing for All Task Force in September 2019, her...

Redevelopment Site in Pine Hills to Serve as Affordable Low-Income Senior Housing

Affordable housing is a huge concern for local seniors – many of whom are on a fixed income. To meet that need, Emerald Villas...

Mayor Demings Delivers 2019 State of the County to Great Turnout at Orange County Convention Center

On May 16, Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings welcomed nearly 1,500 citizens and community leaders to the 2019 State of the County address...

Housing for All Task Force Begins Tackling Affordable Housing Crisis

According to the 2016 American Community Survey, an estimated 31 percent of Central Florida households are considered cost burdened and carrying housing costs that...