Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

MAPS 4 includes $55.7 million to address affordable housing in Oklahoma City

The project will expand and improve affordable housing in our community, to serve those experiencing homelessness, vulnerable and low-income individuals and families. It is expected to include renovation and new construction and leverage more than $400 million in additional funding for affordable housing in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

MAPS 4 includes $55.7 million to address affordable housing in Oklahoma City

The project will expand and improve affordable housing in our community, to serve those experiencing homelessness, vulnerable and low-income individuals and families. It is expected to include renovation and new construction and leverage more than $400 million in additional funding for affordable housing in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

OKC’s Housing Need, by the numbers

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the number of OKC heads-of-household and their families waiting to move into various public and Section 8 housing

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the deficit of affordable units needed to be available to households at or below extremely low incomes**

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housing units – OCHA’s goal for utilizing the $50 million MAPS 4 Housing allocation to leverage additional public and private funds 

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the estimated additional public and private investment that will be made possible by the MAPS 4 funds

Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

Creston Park: Phase 2

Creston Park is located just north of the historic NE 23rd Street commercial corridor on Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. This development will be one of the largest investments in new affordable housing on the Northeast side of Oklahoma City in 40 years.

Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

Oak Grove Apartments

Oak Grove apartments are located at 3301 SW 17th Street and are currently home to approximately 1,000 Oklahoma City residents, including ~600 young people under the age of 18.

Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

Vita Nova Apartments

Vita Nova will convert a former motel, at 1800 E. Reno, into supportive housing.

Oklahoma City Housing Authority // MAPS 4

Supportive Housing, Workforce Housing, Rental Assistance

Though not officially defined like affordable housing categories, “workforce” housing is typically defined as households between 80-120% of area median income. However, in Oklahoma City, we will be targeting households with between 70-90% of AMI for rental and for-sale housing in this category, subject to adjustment as needed.

The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program, formerly known as Section 8, is a federally funded program for assisting very low-income families, elderly, and disabled households to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing. All redeveloped Public Housing units will receive project based rental assistance (PBV) administered by OCHA.  Additional PBV assistance and traditional HCV assistance will be utilized for supportive housing units.

Target Populations:

  • Chronic Homelessness 
  • Mental Health
  • Youths
  • Veterans
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