From the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority's newsletter:
Have you noticed the bold transformation happening at Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority?
Sustainable preservation of more than 100 units at Sutter View is fully underway. In fact, the exterior of the buildings already shows a new look. The Evanston, Marianna Terrace, Park Eden and Pinecrest are also in the beginning stages of preserving the affordable homes for families and individuals CMHA serves. The preservation of affordable housing is not just about providing newly renovated - and more attractive -- homes, it also has a huge economic impact for the community. Through this purposeful transformation, we are projecting through public/private partnerships approximately $1 billion of investment in our housing stock. According to HUD reports, public housing across the country has a projected backlog of over $30 billion dollars of needed capital improvements. CMHA is so excited about the approach we are taking to preserve critical affordable housing stock in our community through these efforts. We know with the support of this community we will be able to deliver on this monumental goal. Likewise, we know how critical this is to our residents, our partners, and the overall community to preserve and develop affordable housing in Hamilton County.
Read "Building on Success" in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority's newsletter.