Affordable Housing - Cincinnati

  • Dominium Completes Upgrades at Cincinnati Community

    The developer, which is also the previous owner of the property, partnered with National Housing Trust to remodel all 137 units as well as the common areas.

    24 May 2018 12:34
  • Dougherty Closes $12M HUD Loan for OH Community

    Meadow View Townhomes is a 128-unit property located in in Goshen. All units are restricted to residents earning 60 percent or less of the area's median income.

    08 May 2017 13:38
  • Dougherty Secures $15M HUD Loan for Ohio Community

    Olive Branch Townhomes, a 176-unit affordable housing property in Batavia, Ohio, will benefit from the refinancing. Dominium Development & Acquisition is the sponsor of the project.

    05 May 2017 13:35
  • Historic Cincinnati Building Converted into Senior Community

    The 65-unit affordable property offers studio, one- and two-bedroom options.

    18 November 2016 15:43
  • Over-the-Rhine Mixed-Use Plan Moves Forward

    The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation plans to start work this year on one of its largest projects yet in Over-the-Rhine. Called 15th & Race, the mixed-use development will bring both housing and retail along Race Street, between 15th and Liberty streets.

    18 April 2015 18:46
  • Old School Gets New Life as Affordable Housing

    A former school in Cincinnati’s West End is getting a new chance at life. The old George E. Sands School will be renovated and redeveloped into affordable housing for seniors.

    09 February 2015 15:42
  • Led By Dayton, Ohio Again Tops Trulia’s Ranking of Affordable Housing Markets

    Trulia released a report showing that Ohio was home to some of the nation’s most affordable housing markets for the middle class.

    03 December 2014 16:59
  • U Square @ the Loop Finally Open

    U Square @ the Loop, the largest local project besides The Banks to break ground since the recession, is finally finished. The $78 million development opened on Thursday, August 22. UC President Santa Ono, Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls, CHCURC Director Matt Bourgeois, Uptown Consortium CEO Beth Robinson, Al. Neyer Executive Vice President Jim Neyer and many others were present at the ribbon cutting ceremony.

    03 September 2013 04:23
  • Troubled Apartment Building in Evanston Makes Way for New Homes

    A century old building in Evanston was demolished on Wednesday, July 17, to make way for new development and help revitalize the Cincinnati neighborhood. Hundreds of people were present at the event and cheered as machines belonging to the O'Rourke Wrecking Company brought down the mammoth building. Anzora Adkins, President of the Evanston Community Council, Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr. and Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls were among them.

    22 July 2013 16:08
  • City, 3CDC, McCormack Baron Salazar Break Ground on Phase II of $63M Mercer Commons Project

    The City of Cincinnati, 3CDC, and McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc. broke ground on May 31 on the second phase of the $63 million Mercer Commons project.

    03 June 2013 20:12
  • Miller-Valentine Group’s Summit Pointe Apartments Reopens in Lawrenceburg

    The Miller-Valentine Group held a ceremony last Wednesday, May 8, to celebrate the grand re-opening of the Summit Pointe Apartments, an affordable housing community in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Alan Rakowski, Tax Credit Manager, Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, Tim Bete, President of St. Mary Development Corporation, Adrian Colosimo, Development Risk Manager for RBC Capital Markets were among those present at the ceremony.

    13 May 2013 14:42
  • Ground Broken on $10M Affordable Housing Project

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Cincinnati is growing, with investments being made, thousands of jobs being created, the unemployment rate going down and the population growing. And with confidence in the housing market still low, especially in the suburbs, apartment operators are very, very happy these days. Marcus & Millichap is predicting that apartment vacancy [...]

    11 September 2012 04:28
  • $54M Mercer Commons Project Approved, Pending Design Change

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor On Friday, Nov. 18, the Cincinnati Planning Commission unanimously approved the $53.5 million Mercer Commons development in Over-the-Rhine after a five-hour meeting. The approval came with one condition: The developer, Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (or [...]

    28 November 2011 16:51