Housing for all
Improving Access to Quality Housing Across Income Levels
From market-rate to deeply affordable residential offerings, Jair Lynch is committed to providing housing for all.
Meeting People Where They Are, Addressing Income Inequality
At Jair Lynch, we believe in the power of dynamic mixed-income communities. We believe that mixed-income development projects experience a wide range of benefits, including enhanced opportunity for upward mobility for lower-income residents. Our mixed-income projects intersperse affordable homes evenly throughout and offer high quality homes, amenities, and resident services to all residents regardless of income level.
Programs & Support
As developers and investors in housing for all, we must work together with local, state, and federal programs to help solve the housing inequity crisis. Our team of industry veterans is experienced in collaborating with and utilizing local, state, and federal support programs to expand affordable housing options for the communities we serve.
In addition to providing quality housing, our property management partners offer robust resident services to encourage healthy habits, financial literacy, personal sustainability practices, and more.
By The Numbers
Solving for Housing Inequality One Home At A Time
Developed or acquired to date across the Mid-Atlantic region with 3,000 more in the pipeline.
Developed or acquired to date, serving families earning up to 80% Area Median Income
Deeply Affordable Units
Developed or acquired to date, serving families earning up to 30% Area Median Income
Creating Distinct and Dynamic Housing for All
Located in the heart of historic Takoma, Entwine is a contemporary 129-unit affordable senior community offering studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with modern finishes, clean lines, tall ceilings, and abundant natural light. With adjacent shopping and dining options, Entwine boasts a prime location just minutes from the Takoma Metro Station and Rock Creek Park.
Interested in learning more about our Housing for All approach?