Thursday morning, the county’s planning commission is scheduled to discuss these new renderings of an affordable housing development that could come to the area.
Not one but two affordable housing projects are coming to a community in need of homes near their job.
Monday was the last day people living at the Golden Gate Inn had to pack up their belongings and leave the place they called home.
Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties is partnering with FEMA on a land-lease agreement to provide property for temporary housing in the Heritage Heights neighborhood for families displaced due to Hurricane Ian.
On Tuesday, new affordable apartments broke ground in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard redevelopment area.