Affordable housing for the “missing middle”—households making 80%-120% of the Area Median Income—is often overlooked. JPMorgan Chase is working to change that.

Tammy Haylock-Moore, Executive Director for Community Development Banking, talked to Commercial Observer about The Gallery at West Brickell, a prime example of the firm’s efforts to provide affordable housing for the “missing middle.” The discussion covered multiple topics, including how:

  • The project helps local families find accessibly priced homes in a Class A development
  • The apartments can benefit students and teachers alike
  •  JPMorgan Chase worked with the City of Miami, Miami-Dade County and Miami School Board to make the project a reality

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