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Housing Affordability Tracker

As a part of Mayor Daniella Levine Cava's 2022 Building Blocks Housing Summit, the Department of Public Housing and Community Development partnered with the University of Miami's Office of Civic and Community Engagement to create the Housing Affordability Tracker. The tool is intended to monitor progress toward Mayor Cava’s ambitious goal of making meaningful strides in adding new and rehabilitated affordable/workforce housing units in Miami-Dade County as part of her Building Blocks for Housing Affordability Program. 

The Housing Affordability Tracker includes the best available information about projects that were proposed after November 2020 and are in the development pipeline. The tracker information will be refreshed on a quarterly basis. All information on development status, number of units, and funding sources is accurate to the best of available data and information. UM CCE is not responsible for any changes to project timing, development status, affordability provisions, unit counts, or project cancellations. Any additional affordable/workforce housing developments in the pipeline that may not have been captured in the tracker can be sent to [email protected] for further review and consideration for future inclusion.

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Use the filters along the top of the dashboard to identify and track proposed affordable and workforce housing projects in Miami-Dade County, proposed after November 2020 by status (pre-development, planning, under construction, completed and RFP), by type (new, renovation and new and renovation), and by location (zip code, commission district and municipality). 

Note: The Housing Affordability Tracker is best viewed on larger screens, such as those on a desktop computer.

*Projects for which the breakdown of workforce and affordable units has not yet been delineated have been included in the "total units" count on the dashboard. 

Definitions

  • Planning Stage: Planning for the development is underway by the County and/or developer. Site control has been secured
  • Request for Proposal (RFP): A formal written solicitation issued by the County for the purpose of seeking response(s) from prospective developers. A development is in this stage if the RFP is in draft form, has been issued to developers, or is in negotiations or approval process
  • Pre-Development: Pre-Construction activities are underway, which may include environmental assessment, project design, and identification of financing for the development
  • Under Construction: Construction activities are underway
  • Construction Completed:  Construction activities completed

Disclaimer

University of Miami Office of Community Engagement
By using this Site, you hereby acknowledge and accept that the content and information on this Site is being provided as a public service and for informational purposes only. While reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the content and information provided on this Site, the University of Miami makes no representation as to the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability or usefulness of any data on this Site. Any reliance placed on the accuracy of the content and information on this Site is at the user’s own risk. The University disclaims all liability associated with the use or misuse of the housing affordability tracker on this Site and specifically disclaims any and all warranties, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

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We manage more than 6,500 public housing apartments and provide financial help through the federal Section 8 program to more than 19,000 families.

Our support services include assisted living facilities for the elderly and self-sufficiency programs for our tenants.

We rely on federal and state grant programs to fund our programs. We work closely with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) on our public housing and, with the State of Florida, the development of affordable housing.