The property was financed primarily with tax credits and provides 58 one-bedroom units, 12 two-bedroom units, a community room, theater, fitness area and ample outdoor gathering space. Its rear courtyard and spacious lobby recall a traditional American Main Street, making the building a natural gathering point for residents, their families, and friends.
West Union Square also anchors the ongoing revitalization of Colerain Township’s Jonrose Avenue. The property replaced a series of blighted multi-family developments that for years were marked by high vacancy rates, substandard living conditions, and rampant crime.
West Union Square’s revitalizing effects are already paying dividends, with community leaders having canceled plans to close a nearby school. CMHA is proud to have worked with local school and county officials to reroute through traffic and cultivate a more human-scaled neighborhood to meet the needs of all generations.