Sally’s Way, Truro

SALLY’S WAY TRURO AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOMES READY FOR OCCUPANCY!!

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DSC05806CHR, local and state officials, community members, affordable housing advocates, and new residents celebrated the completion of Sally’s Way on Friday, September 20, 2013, with an Open House and Ribbon Cutting.

A development conceived in 2002 as part of Truro’s Master Plan for the site which now incorporates the Library, Community Center, Council on Aging, and the Puma Park Playground.

16 rental homes at Sally’s Way Truro were developed and are managed by CHR under a land/lease designated developer agreement contract with the Town of Truro.

Infrastructure construction for residential development was completed in December 2011.DSC05818

On May 9, 2012, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts announced that CHR was awarded $1.5 million in DHCD housing subsidies for the construction of Sally’s Way.

DSC05815Construction began in December of 2012.

Read more about Sally’s Way here from one of our funders, Massachusetts Housing Partnership.

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Sally’s Way consists of:

3 – 3 Bedroom Homes

9 – 2 Bedroom Homes (1 handicap accessible)

4 – 1 Bedroom Homes

Public Subsidy

Approximately $3,000,000

Project Affordability
100%

Permanent Financing

Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
CDBG Reserves
HOME Program
Housing Stabilization Fund
MassHousing Affordable Housing Trust Fund
Massachusetts Housing Partnership
Barnstable County HOME Consortium
Truro Community Preservation Act Funds

Sally Sears-Mack

Sally’s Way is named in recognition of Sally Sears-Mack, a tireless advocate of affordable housing.  Sally (r) is pictured here with Jeanne Foulke, another affordable housing advocate.