Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

United Way of Central Ohio's downtown Columbus HQ to be redeveloped by The Community Builders, Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

The United Way of Central Ohio has selected the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority and a national nonprofit developer to purchase and transform its downtown headquarters.

Boston-based The Community Builders and CMHA will buy the site on South 3rd Street for $4 million. They plan to build a 12-story mixed-use project, dubbed AspireColumbus, that will include 135 apartments at various rates and about 30,000 square feet of commercial space.

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Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority building apartments to house residents of the soon-to-be-sold YMCA

The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority will develop a new apartment building to house low-income seniors being relocated from the downtown YMCA building.

CMHA will start development of McKinley Manor, a $13.7 million, 44-unit apartment building, in September. The complex will be located at 1040 W. Broad St. in Franklinton.

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Housing for Human Traffic Survivors Coming to Columbus

CMHA and Beacon 360 Management raised $15.6 million through eight financial backers, with construction set to be completed in late 2023. The location is not being specified for the safety of the survivors. To learn more follow this link.

Other contributors toward Harriet’s Hope include Affordable Housing Trust of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio Housing Finance Agency, City of Columbus, Park National Bank, Federal Home Loan Bank, the Ohio Legislature, Ohio Capital Impact Corporation, and the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing.

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CMHA was proud to be featured on the cover of Affordable Housing News!

Creative approaches and partnerships to generate new affordable housing. A creative toolbox, Ohio affordable housing developer uses creative approaches and partnerships to generate new affordable housing for the region's most vulnerable.

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