Other Housing

CMHA strives to serve the community by helping people access affordable housing. By working with collaborative partners, we develop, renovate, and maintain housing; promote neighborhood revitalization; and assist residents in accessing needed social services.

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Elim Manor
98 Units | Type: Senior

Elim Manor, an affordable housing development for residents age 62 and over, is located at 3180 – 3274 Elim Manor Court. Elim Manor provides 98 new, affordable living opportunities for seniors, including a unique mix of 28 cottage apartments with individual entrances, for seniors who are more active and mobile, and two 35-unit facilities with elevators, for seniors who are less mobile. The community meets the Enterprise Green Communities standards to ensure that Elim Manor is as sustainable for the earth as it is for our residents. Residents  have access to the First Church of God’s health clinic, education workshops, food pantry, and exercise center, all of which are in walking distance for Elim residents.

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Maplewood Heights
71 Units | Type: Senior

Maplewood Heights is an affordable housing development for residents age 62 and over. Maplewood Heights has 71 one-bedroom units equipped with central air, ranges, and refrigerators. The property features a refreshing grassy courtyard, a community building, an on-site laundry facility, senior dining facilities, a wellness center, and off-street parking. Maplewood Heights was built in 1985 and in 2010 was converted from public housing to a project based voucher development.

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Sugar Grove Apartments
120 Units | Type: PB/Senior

Sugar Grove Square is designated for elderly residents 62 years of age or older. Sugar Grove’s units are housed in two three-story buildings. Property management services are currently provided by The Barcus Company. Sugar Grove Square was constructed in 1972. CMHA purchased the development in 1999. Sugar Grove Square was the first market-rate property owned by CMHA. The development was converted to a project-based voucher facility in 2006.

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