scatter-site

scat·ter-site

(skăt′ər-sīt′)
adj.
Relating to or being publicly funded low-income housing units scattered throughout middle-income residential areas.
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Since 2007, its THP+P program has offered rent subsidies for 20 additional beds at scatter-site apartments and six slots in San Jose University dorms, helping almost 90 percent establish permanent residencies.
These they outstripped with Draconian plans for white-ethnic neighborhoods--doomed experiments in busing and scatter-site, low-income housing.
The BerwynPennsylvania-based home builder recently delivered the first 142 units of scatter-site housing, built in five differ- ent neighborhoods several miles apart, and the first residents moved in June 1.