City of Columbus hosts groundbreaking for affordable apartments at Alrosa Villa site (Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
November 17th, 2021

From The Columbus Dispatch:

The former site of a rock music venue with a tragic history in Columbus' Northland neighborhood will soon get a major makeover. 

The city of Columbus, along with the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), state representatives and others, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Monday morning for the forthcoming Sinclair Apartments. The complex will be located at 5055 Sinclair Road, which was the former site of the Alrosa Villa music venue. The project is expected to be completed sometime next year. 

The $45-million affordable housing project will consist of 180 units in three, four-story buildings. One-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments will be available for residents at a variety of income levels — 30%, 50%, 60% and 70% of the area median income, according to a news release. 

Read The Columbus Dispatch's article "City of Columbus hosts groundbreaking for affordable apartments at Alrosa Villa site," featuring the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority.

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