Thomas Jefferson Community Land Trust
The Thomas Jefferson Community Land Trust (TJCLT) is a Community Land Trust that seeks to bring down the cost of housing in Charlottesville and Albemarle County by purchasing land and leasing it to homeowners who purchase only the structure.
The trust was formed in 2008 but was not able to start work due to the recession. 
History and Purpose
The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission adopted a resolution in May of 2008 supporting the formation of the Thomas Jefferson Community Land Trust.
The TJCLT was formed as a non-profit 501(c)(3) community land trust with the purpose of "stewarding and controlling the use of land on behalf of local communities and protecting the affordability of housing and other buildings located on this land."
The maximum household income that qualifies for housing on CLT-owned land is 120% of the AMI, with a goal of 75% of the homes on CLT owned land to go to households with incomes below 80% of AMI.
As of February 2017, the land trust owned eight lots and six of them were occupied. 
Nassau Street project
The homes were under construction in the summer of 2019. 
- Frazier Bell, Chair
- Billie Campbell, Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission
- Greg Slater, Nest Realty
- Tierra Howard, City of Charlottesville
- Russell "Mac" Lafferty, Albemarle County Planning Commission
- Julia Monteith, University of Virginia
- Shelley Cole, Habitat for Humanity Greater Charlottesville
- Alex Amorin, TJCLT Homeowner
- Web. Allocation of Charlottesville Housing Funds for Thomas Jefferson Community Land Trust - $5,700, Kathy McHugh, City of Charlottesville, retrieved February 17, 2012.
- Web. Area land trust removing barriers to homeownership, Josh Mandell, Charlottesville Tomorrow, October 28, 2016, retrieved October 31, 2016.
- Resolution for the Thomas Jefferson Community Land Trust
- Web. Single parent now homeowner thanks to land trust, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, February 6, 2017, retrieved December 26, 2017.
- Web. Council grants $240,000 in funding for four land trust homes, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 17, 2017, retrieved December 28, 2017.
- Web. Land trust celebrates new, permanently affordable houses in Belmont, Emily Hays, News article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, July 11, 2019, retrieved January 17, 2020.