This represents all deeded free-market single-family zoned homes.
Built Multi-Unit Homes
This includes all multi-family parcels with a main house and at least one accessory unit. The total does not include the 256 accessory units.
Built Multi-Family Parcels
This includes all multi-family parcels with a minimum of two units (duplexes, triplexes, etc.) with no main house. This represents a total of 363 units. It does not include apartment parcels.
This represents all deeded free-market townhome/condos in the TOJ, including a small segment (82 units) being rented through commercial operations.
Built Apartment Parcels
There are 926 actual apartment units on these parcels
Single-Family Vacant Lots
This represents only single-family zoned lots, of which 76 are .34 acres or larger, opening up the possibility for lot splits.
Commercial Vacant Lots
This represents commercial zoned vacant lots.
This represents commercial-zoned deeded parcels and condos. There are 127 residential accessory units attached to these developed commercial properties.
23 common lots + 9 Public (open space, school, etc. – cannot be developed)
Conservation Easement Parcels
TOTAL EXISTING DEEDED PARCELS IN THE TOJ: 4,123 approx
Town of Jackson Existing Residential Units
1,402 deeded homes
+ 1,648 deeded condo/townhomes
+ 256 accessory units (homes)
+ 374 units (multi-family parcels)
+ 127 accessory units (commercial)
+ 926 apartments
+ 139 trailers
+ 823 deed restricted ownership units (homes and condos)
Affordable ownership units: 88
Employee based/Workforce ownership: 44
Rental units: 531
Trust:119 – includes 28 rentals units are Redmond Street Rentals
Total existing residential units in the TOJ: 5,695
* All statistics are supplied by sources that have been deemed reliable but are not guaranteed. * Does not include deed restricted affordable housing, fractional ownership, or Government leases. * Although some homes are not yet reflected in the Teton County GIS, this number includes homes issued building permits through Q3 2020. * This report includes most, but not all, residential housing units. Based on the 2014 Regional Housing Needs Assessment, there are approximately 446 additional housing units not considered in this report, which include retirement and assisted living developments, federal employee housing, and several units in commercial zone