Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority continues to boldly transform properties across the agency. CMHA set and surpassed its goals for awarding contracts to small and minority owned businesses. Click here to review the Economic Impact report.
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority held a groundbreaking ceremony for Logan Commons. The development is being built in Over-the-Rhine, near Findlay Market, and will be home to seniors and include 42 one and two-bedroom apartments for people whose income is 60% or less of the median income.The courtyard will have an outdoor space for residents and […]
CMHA announced the partner that will help with the next step in the transformation of the West End. Click the link to see more about the next phase of the Choice Neighborhood Plan. Cincinnati to compete with other cities for $50 million affordable housing grant (wcpo.com)
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) will begin construction in August to completely renovate two public housing properties .3 miles apart in East Walnut Hills. All units will remain affordable housing. The Riverview is a 9-floor building built in 1902 with 110 units. San Marco, in the heart of the East Walnut Hills business district, […]
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