Moderate-to-higher-priced suburban neighborhoods consisting almost entirely of single family homes.

  • Second lowest proportion of renters, albeit with a 70% increase in the number of single-family rentals since 2010
  • Only Submarket outside of rural areas to experience a net gain in single family owner households
  • The neighborhoods in this Submarket are exhibiting home sale price increases slightly below to that of the region as a whole
Median Home Sale Price (2018)
$298,000
+32.4% since 2013
Home Sale Price Per Sq. Ft (2018)
$137.90 per sq. ft.
+35.4% since 2013
Median Building Area
2,334 sq. ft.
Median Year Built
1993

Data source: ARC analysis of Zillow's ZTRAX home sale transactions, 2013 & 2018. Explore this data further in the Data Explorer

TOP STRATEGIES FOR Submarket 6


Increase Supply

Preserve Affordable Supply

Reduce Housing & Transportation Costs

Expand Capital Resources

Promote Housing Stability

Develop Leadership & Collaboration on Affordability

Increase Supply –
Reduce Development Cost and Barriers

Address zoning and land use code that shapes development to provide housing options, including land use options, building sizes, building materials, building forms, parking, and more.

Increase Supply –
Leverage Public Land

Diversify the ways that publicly-owned land is used and managed to provide housing affordability options.

  • Donate land or participate in joint development of identified residential development sites to increase affordable housing. Resources:

Increase Supply –
Establish Policies Supporting Affordable Housing

Enact various policies to enable and require affordable housing in new development.

  • Implement a “missing middle” housing ordinance by changing the zoning code to allow property owners in targeted areas of the city to build or renovate duplexes, triplexes, townhomes, and garden-style apartments, among other building types.
    Resources:

Preserve Affordable Supply –
Create Policy Incentives

Preserve existing housing supply with policy incentives to make it easier and more affordable to protect existing housing units.

Preserve Affordable Supply –
Coordinate Across Agencies and Among Governments

Engage in robust coordination efforts between different levels of government and across various state and local agencies to create, manage, and maintain existing affordable units.

Develop Leadership & Collaboration on Affordability –
Build Internal Resources to Address Housing

Expand internal capacity to address housing needs.

Develop Leadership & Collaboration on Affordability –
Promote Creative Collaboration

Collaborate across various industries, sectors, and organizations to create multi-disciplinary approach to provide housing options.