WATERTOWN — Three local nonprofit groups have selected a vacant site along Main Avenue to construct a 60-unit affordable housing center for the homeless and seriously low-income people.

Neighbors of Watertown, along with Transitional Living Services of Northern New York and Credo Community Center for the Treatment of Addictions, on Tuesday announced that their purchase offer was accepted for the 3-acre site near Mill Street.

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