Prairiebrooke Townhomes provides 76 new affordable homes in Johnson County

More affordable housing is now available in the high-need area of Johnson County, thanks to a new Oikos Development Corp project. Prairiebrooke Townhomes in Gardner officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on February 5, 2024, attended by Kansas Housing Resources Corporation’s Director of Housing Development Alissa Ice and Executive Director Ryan Vincent, HUD Regional Administrator Ulysses Clayborn, Johnson County Chairman Mike Kelly, and Gardner Mayor Todd Winters.

Prairiebrooke Townhomes housing development ribbon cutting, made possible through Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC)


This affordable housing development was made possible thanks to a funding partnership including $1 million in National Housing Trust Funds administered by The Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC), $1 million in Johnson County HOME Funds, a USDA 538 permanent loan, and 965,000 Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The completed project provides 76 new two- and three-bedroom homes for Gardner residents at various income levels—ranging from households earning 30 percent of Average Median Income (AMI)—all the way up to market rate units. Thank you to all our partners that helped Unlock Home for 76 more Kansas households.



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Income Guidelines

Household Size Maximum Income for Weatherization (200% of FPL)
1  $   25,760
2  $  34,840
3  $  43,920
4  $   53,000
5  $  62,080
6  $  71,160
7  $  80,240
8  $  89,320

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