Housing by the Numbers 2023

Active Hailey Housing permits.

The concept of diverse housing in our community is far more than wooden frames and nails – it is the foundation upon which our community is built. The City of Hailey prides itself on recent achievements, recognizing our commitment to addressing housing needs, and at every corner, promoting diverse housing initiatives – affordable or otherwise.…

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Hailey Purchases Affordable Townhomes

River Street Townhomes

On April 4, 2023, the City of Hailey approved the purchase and assignment of two affordable community townhomes in the new River Street Townhomes Project. The 12-unit project, located at 410 River Street, was approved in 2021 with two deed-restricted units out of the 12. In the 2021 agreement between the City and the developer,…

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Duplexes, Cottages & Townhouses

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The Hailey Municipal Code includes several similar housing unit types: condominiums, duplexes, townhouses, and cottages. The following definitions from Section 17.02.020 of Hailey’s Municipal Code pertain to how they are platted and distinguished from one another: DUPLEX: A multiple-family dwelling containing two (2) dwelling units. TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT: A multi-family residential project of two (2) or…

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Blaine Manor Subdivision

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The Blaine Manor Subdivision– owned and developed by ARCH Community Housing Trust– consists of 60 apartment community housing units, one building for families and another for seniors. Specifically, the senior community housing building consists of eighteen (18) one-bedroom units and twelve (12) two-bedroom units, all ranging in size from 691 square feet to 908 square…

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Sweetwater Subdivision

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The development of the Sweetwater Subdivision along Woodside and Countryside Boulevards is governed by a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Agreement that was established in 2006, then amended in 2009, 2010, and 2012. The total number of residential units permitted within the Sweetwater Subdivision is 421 units. The active PUD Agreement allows for the increase of…

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2022 Update on ADUs in Hailey

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An overview of provisions for Accessory Dwelling Units in Hailey: In 2016 the Hailey City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission prioritized Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) from an array of feasible housing solutions presented by Staff in 2016. ADUs were (and still are) considered a desirable mechanism for by-right infill development and managing the City’s…

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Accessory Dwelling Units

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The City of Hailey recognizes that land use, population growth, and community character are interrelated, and that social well-being and diversity are tied to the availability of an array of housing types and sizes available for sale and for rent at various price points. Accessory dwelling units, when thoughtfully designed, can simultaneously complement the fabric…

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Live & Work on Airport Way

Service Commercial Industrial - Industrial Zoning District (SCI-I)

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) are permitted in all the residential zoning districts, including in the Industrial (I) Subdistrict of the Service Commercial Industrial (SCI) District, commonly referred to as the SCI-I Zoning District. Per Section 17.04L.030.03 of Hailey’s Municipal Code, ADUs in the SCI-I Zone are held to the following criteria: The Industrial (I) Subdistrict…

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40 McKercher

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A 44-unit apartment building design at “40 McKercher”, in the Business and Downtown Residential Overlay Zoning Districts, was approved by the Hailey Planning & Zoning Commission on September 19, 2022. In compliance with the stipulations of its Zoning Districts, 40 McKercher will comprise of: 44 residential units, including: Eight (8) two-bedroom units (1,226 sq. ft.)…

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