Upstate Business Journal article — Almost 50 affordable housing units are coming to Mauldin

The Upstate Business Journal has published an article about 50 affordable housing units announced for the City of Mauldin.

“Mauldin Center Apartments” will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom units, energy efficient appliances and high-speed internet all within walking distance of several grocery stores, healthcare providers and other services, according to the city release.

The apartments will serve families earning below 60% of the area median income which as of 2019 was about $60,000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Ten percent of the units will be reserved for residents with disabilities, according to the release.

‘As the city continues to grow, it is important that diverse housing options are available for individuals and families looking to call our great city home,” said Mauldin Mayor Terry Merritt.'”

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