LEAP Nearing Completion on First Affordable Housing Project in Nampa

We are well underway with our very first affordable housing project in Canyon County!

The project will bring two homes to the Nampa area serving households at or below 50 percent area median income.

If it is anything like our first project, we could see more than 14 people housed in these two 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom homes. 

Like our previous developments, this project has been made possible through the forward-leaning partnerships we have with indieDwell and the Idaho Housing and Finance Association (IHFA).

We are transforming a vacant, blighted lot into an attractive modern duplex made of indieDwell shipping container homes. We received funding from IHFA for this project, and anticipate the move-in date to be sometime this summer.

Stay tuned for the date that we begin accepting applications on a first-come, first-served basis.

With the Aries and Windy Court 2 projects being completed this summer, we will be providing 6 new units of affordable rentals to the Treasure Valley community. Want to learn more about Windy Court 2? Check out last week’s blog post!

This development is part of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP3), which provides grants to every state, certain local communities, and other organizations. The grants are to rehabilitate, resell, or redevelop these homes in order to stabilize neighborhoods and stem the decline of house values of neighboring homes. (HUD)

To learn more about how we build hope with housing, visit our LEAP development page on the website.





2 thoughts on “LEAP Nearing Completion on First Affordable Housing Project in Nampa

  1. Nampa needs the housing desperately. There are to many families who cannot afford housing and this is step to help with that.

    1. Hello Sarah,

      Thank you for your comment! This is just the start as we hope to build more affordable housing in the Treasure Valley!

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