The project is the third phase of a development replacing public housing in southwestern portions of Rochester. The 32 new single-family homes are built for rent by families at or below 50% of the area median income. The homes have driveways, fenced yards, new appliances, laundry hook-ups and security systems. They range from 3 bedrooms to 5 bedrooms. At the conclusion of the tax credit period, the homes will be available for sale to the residents. The developers are Rochester's Cornerstone Group and Providence Housing Development Corporation and Providence is managing the houses. The homes are built on lots formerly owned by the City of Rochester. Greater Rochester Housing Partnership provided a construction loan of $3,700,000.