WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – A former Wilmington Hearth Division hearth station quickly might be changed into housing by a neighborhood non-profit.
Throughout its assembly on Tuesday, the Wilmington Metropolis Council will think about a decision authorizing the donation of 3939 Carolina Seashore Street, which was beforehand Hearth Station 6, to Good Shepherd Ministries of Wilmington, Inc.
Based on info from Metropolis Supervisor Anthony Caudle, Good Shepherd plans to make use of the property for an reasonably priced housing challenge much like its SECU Lakeside Reserve, which consists of 40 flats for chronically homeless adults with disabilities.
The brand new challenge on Carolina Seashore Street would include 33 flats.
“Moreover, the challenge would offer protected, reasonably priced everlasting housing that meets members’ wants in accordance with the shopper consumption practices and the Continuum of Care established pointers for everlasting supportive housing applications,” Caudle writes. “Housing will likely be paired with intensive case administration companies to make sure, to the best extent doable, long-term housing stability.”
The property additionally would have three deed restrictions:
- Property will likely be used for reasonably priced housing
- Preserve a safe website which is able to embody a fence alongside property strains not adjoining to Carolina Seashore Street
- Constructing peak will likely be restricted to three tales as decided by the Land Growth Code.
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