The Huron Landing 26-unit workforce apartment complex is set to open this summer. It will provide two-bedroom units for tenants who work a minimum of 30 hours per week within the county. Units will be priced below market, but higher than what federally-funding housing projects allow, filling a needed gap for renters earning up to about 100% AMI. Each apartment has a storage unit and, importantly, tenants can have up to two pets per unit. Scarcity of rentals for residents with pets is a common problem in mountain resort communities. Read more here.