Housing Authority of Salt Lake City
Daniel Nackerman, Executive Director
1776 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT
By The numbers
Public Housing Units 390
Total Units 3255
2.9.22 Members Making News
Affordable housing efforts to be expanded in Utah through federal program (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)
From ABC 4 Salt Lake City: The Housing Authority of Salt Lake City (HASLC) has been awarded a position through a federal program that will expand affordable housing efforts in the state. HASLC is now part of the Moving to Work Landlord (MTW) Incentive cohort, which was created by the U.S....
1.28.22 Members Making News, CLPHA Member Update
CLPHA Congratulates Its Members Yakima and Salt Lake City Housing Authorities for being Selected for the 3rd MTW Cohort
On January 27 HUD announced their selection of agencies for Cohort 3 of MTW expansion. Cohort 3 consists of mid and large-sized PHAs and will be charged with evaluating landlord incentives and their impact on participation in the Housing Choice Voucher program. CLPHA congratulates our...
11.2.21 Members Making News
New mixed-income apartment building nearing completion on site of former motel in Liberty Wells (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)
From Building Salt Lake: Builders are putting the finishing touches onto a mixed-income apartment building that replaces a former crime-ridden motel on State Street. Capitol Homes will bring 93 new residences — two-thirds of them rent-restricted — to the Liberty Wells neighborhood. The building...
6.9.21 Case Study, Members Making News
Salt Lake City, Utah: The 9th East Lofts at Bennion Plaza Provides Affordable Housing in a Transit-Oriented Development
From HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research: The 9th East Lofts at Bennion Plaza is a mixed-income, mixed-use development that opened in 2017 in the East Central neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah. Located just around the corner from the 900 East station of the Utah Transit Authority’s...
10.7.20 Members Making News
New housing for the homeless opens in Salt Lake City, and it’s named after the state’s 'Mother Teresa’ (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)
From The Salt Lake Tribune: One woman’s restless, decadeslong quest to lift up homeless Utahns led to the opening Tuesday of a brand new living center on Salt Lake City’s west side. Pamela Atkinson, dubbed the state’s version of Mother Teresa for her lifelong work, said that since last...
2.20.20 Members Making News
Demolition begins on derelict buildings in Ballpark neighborhood slated to become a 55-unit apartment community (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)
From The Salt Lake Tribune: Residents in Salt Lake City’s Ballpark community were celebrating Thursday after a row of three blighted houses that neighbors say had become magnets for criminal activity were finally razed. It was a hard-won victory but a triumph nevertheless in an...
1.22.20 Members Making News
After years of delay, the Book Cliffs Lodge Apartments appear back on track in Ballpark (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)
From Building Salt Lake: More than two years after it received approval to move ahead, the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City announced on Thursday it was breathing new life into its stalled multi-family project in the city’s Ballpark neighborhood. The Book Cliffs Lodge, which has been...
1.8.20 Members Making News
On December 31, 2019 HUD announced more than $79 million in Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) grants to nearly 700 public housing authorities nationwide. FSS grants help public housing authorities hire service coordinators who connect public housing residents with local programs and services with the...
4.25.19 Members Making News
Pamela’s Place: New housing project for the homeless named after Utah’s ‘Mother Teresa’ (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)
From The Salt Lake Tribune: Pamela Atkinson has been an icon for decades, symbolizing to many Utah’s commitment to helping its homeless, refugees and other disadvantaged populations. Now, the longtime advocate and faith leader — a woman Gov. Gary Herbert refers to as the Beehive...
2.14.19 Members Making News
Congratulations to the 60 CLPHA members who received grants through HUD's Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program! FSS grants help PHAs hire service coordinators who connect residents with local programs and services. In HUD’s press release announcing the awards, Secretary...
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