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The Springs I & II ApartmentsRegion 3
Community SnapshotHousing Type: Family
Construction: Two-story garden-style walk-up
Placed in service: 2010/2016
Number of apartment homes: 72
The Springs is the result of a partnership between Valley County and The Housing Company. The Valley County Commissioners dedicated 7 acres of county-owned land for the production of affordable housing in this resort community. The land was donated to The Housing Company, which financed, designed, built, manage and own the development in McCall.
- 67 subject to income limitations
- 4 market
- Studio: 8
- One-bedroom: 16
- Two bedroom: 36
- Three bedroom: 11
- Manager apartment: 1 (3 bedroom)
- High-efficiency heating and cooling
- Refrigerators and electric ranges
- Laundry facility
- Community center and exercise room
- Half basketball court
- Covered picnic area
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, Tax Credit Exchange Funds, and TCAP
Lender: Idaho Community Reinvestment Corporation, Lender: USDA Rural Development Loan, and Investor: Enterprise Community Development
325 Valley Springs Road
McCall, Idaho 83638
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