Two new apartment complexes have been approved in Blue Hill District, formerly known as Fordham-Ephesus District. One of the complexes is part of the town's commitment to affordable housing.
The affordable housing nonprofit CASA has proposed to build an affordable apartment complex for Durham public school teachers.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro have exceptionally high population density rates in Orange County, and the two towns are still growing.
The Chapel Hill town council met Wednesday to discuss new ideas for an affordable housing plan. From new ways to fund new developments and revamping existing units, some town council members said they are fully invested in affordable housing in Chapel Hill.
With the high prices of college tuition, a growing number of students are experiencing food and housing insecurity in both community colleges and four-year institutions.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, North Carolina continues to feel the effects of Hurricane Matthew.
Chapel Hill rent prices are rising — in February, the town saw a 6 percent jump in rent, according to a recent report on rental markets around the country.
CASA, a nonprofit that builds affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness, is celebrating its 25th anniversary by building more affordable housing options in Carrboro.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen met Tuesday night to discuss the new Martin Luther King Jr. Park, affordable housing and prohibiting drones on town property.
Orange County is opening a request for proposals to use $2.5 million of the $5 million housing bond approved by voters last November.
Students, community members and artists gathered together Saturday night at TRU Deli & Wine Bar to create awareness for affordable housing and raise money to help build a house for a Chapel Hill resident.
At the bottom of the ballots in Orange County, voters decided to support two bond referendums.
UNC student Mason Lantay wants Chapel Hill to be the next Silicon Valley.
Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro visited Raleigh last week to discuss the city's challenges providing affordable housing and sustainable development.
On Sept. 8, the Orange County Board of Commissioners moved forward with plans to implement more affordable housing options in Orange County.
On Monday, the Chapel Hill Town Council set aside $688,395 for affordable housing in the fiscal year 2016 budget and decided to allocate funds to several non-profits through the Affordable Housing Development Reserve.
Mark Marcoplos claimed the at-large seat on the Orange County Board of Commissioners with 46.7 percent of the vote on March 15.
This February, Raleigh nonprofit DHIC Inc. submitted its plans for building 80 affordable family apartments at 1721 Legion Road.
For Carrboro resident Lydia Mason, helping other people has always been second nature.
The number of students living on campus has hit a new low.
Tiny homes are becoming a viable housing option for homeless people with mental illness.
“Once I am well, I will find a job, then get back on my feet,” said Ronald Benfield, resident at the Inter-Faith Council Community House.
As Betty Burnette shuffled around her living room, she discussed the disparity between her move-in day and her present day — the price of rent.
The Chapel Hill Town Council recently approved a development for the future Grove Park apartments, currently known as Townhouse Apartments, located on 425 Hillsborough Street.