Nonprofit building affordable housing in Oak Park

A Lathrup Village-based nonprofit aims to offer affordable housing in Oakland County to counter homelessness by building a 64-unit development in Oak Park on 4½ acres west of Coolidge Highway and just north of 8 Mile.

The $14-million project, which has been dubbed Coolidge Place, will offer town home and ranch-style apartments, a community center and green space just outside of Detroit for lower-income, working families.

It is the South Oakland Shelter’s first effort to build affordable housing, said Ryan Hertz, the organization’s president and CEO, and may, depending on how successful it is, be followed by similar projects.

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