OAK PARK (CBS DETROIT/AP) — A $15 million affordable housing development for lower-income working families is planned in the Detroit suburb of Oak Park.

Construction of Coolidge Place is expected to be completed by fall 2020. Pontiac-based nonprofit Lighthouse broke ground Wednesday at a 4.5-acre (1.8-hectare) site.

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Coolidge Place is expected to feature 64 townhome- and ranch-style apartments, green space and a community center. Lighthouse says rents will range from $454 to $989 per month for one- to three-bedroom units. Residents need to be at or below 60% of the area median income to qualify.

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Lighthouse has constructed or rehabilitated more than 100 affordable housing units in Pontiac.

Lighthouse President and Chief Executive Ryan Hertz said it’s “extremely difficult for low-income families to climb out of poverty when housing costs consume most of their income.”

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