City of Ann Arbor asking for public input on potential affordable housing

Survey open until Dec. 14

Families trick-or-treat on Main Street in downtown Ann Arbor on Oct. 31, 2019. (Credit: Meredith Bruckner)

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The City of Ann Arbor wants community members to share their thoughts on the redevelopment of four city-owned properties.

Through surveys about each property, community members can provide feedback on what they would like to see done with each property,

Surveys can be taken for one or all of the sites, which have the potential to be redeveloped into affordable housing. Each survey is open until Dec. 14 and takes between five to seven minutes.

Find the surveys here.

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Community input can also be given during three live virtual sessions held from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1; Nov. 9 and Dec. 10.

Sessions will be held through Zoom.

The city is currently in the conceptual design phase for the redevelopment.

The four redevelopment sites are:

  • 121 E. Catherine St. (4th Avenue and Catherine Street parking lot)
  • 353 S. Main St. (Main Street and East William Street parking lot)
  • 309 S. Ashley St. (Ashley Street and West William Street parking lot)
  • 721 N. Main (a 5.26-acre site used for municipal parking)

Learn more about the redevelopment sites at

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