KAUKAUNA — Kaukauna’s Dreamville apartments being built on the city’s north side will now dedicate 75% of its units to workforce-rate housing.
Sophia Voight of the Post Crescent reported last week that the change comes as developers applied for a $55,000,000 bond from the Public Finance Authority, which requires multifamily residential rental housing developments to include workforce housing available.
The $30 million project on Lawe Street on the former Gustman’s site originally was going to be all market-rate units, but will now 135 of its planned 180 units to households will be available to those making $55,000 or less.
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The development will include two 5-story 90-unit apartments.
Apartments will range from studio size to 3-bedroom units. The complex will also include underground parking, as well as surface parking on-site, according to a news release from the city.