Rental Housing Current Programs - Project Based
The CDA owns a number of single-family homes, apartment and townhome communities throughout the county. The rents are set at an affordable market rate, and many of the units are subsidized through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or Rural Development. At these properties, the residents pay up to 30% of their income towards rent.
Rural Development Funded Housing
Affordable apartment homes are within reach in rural Scott County communities at the CDA’s apartment buildings in Jordan and Belle Plaine. The Britland Apartments in Jordan have one, two and three bedroom units and the Belle Haven Apartments in Belle Plaine have an efficiency, one and two bedroom units. Operated with funding from Rural Development, the CDA is able to rent all units to income-eligible renters below market rate and a number of renters are able to pay 30% of their income toward rent. Off-street parking, community spaces, and on-site laundry are a few of the amenities that make these rental units a great place to call home.
Public Housing Building for Seniors/Disabled Adults
The CDA provides safe, affordable one-bedroom apartment homes through its Public Housing program for seniors (62 and older) and/or disabled adults at the Prior Manor apartments in Prior Lake. With Federal funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), eligible renters pay 30% of their income on rent. The CDA believes stable housing for our most vulnerable in their home communities help these renters focus on their health. Prior Manor is one of the CAP Agency’s Senior Nutrition dining sites in Scott County allowing renters to have a quality, nutritionally balanced meal Monday-Friday for a fee.
Project Based Funded Housing
Doors are opened for households looking to rent two through five bedroom rental units in Shakopee, Savage or Prior Lake through the CDA’s project based voucher programs. Eligible households pay 30% of their income for rent while the CDA receives federal funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the program. There are over 100 rental units in this program including apartments, townhomes, duplexes and single-family homes.
The CDA owns and/or manages over 30 rental properties across Scott County to provide housing for our local workforce. Rent is set at affordable market rate and eligible renters are required to pay the full rent amount. Scattered townhomes and single-family homes ranging from two to four bedrooms are located in a number of cities within Scott County.