Recent Project Closings


Middlebury Commons (July 3, 2018, Summit County). Developed and managed by East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation.

Newberry Apartments (July 2, 2018, Wood County, West Virginia) Developed by Spire Development and Fairfield Homes, Inc.; Managed by Gorsuch Management

The 821 Flats (June 29, 2018, Hamilton County) Developed by Over-the-Rhine Community Housing; Tender Mercies; Managed by Tender Mercies

Anna Lee Village (June 12, 2018, Harlan County, Kentucky) Developed by Wabuck Development Company, Inc. and Cumberland Valley Housing Corporation; Managed by Homeland, Inc.

Parsons Village II  (May 31, 2018, Franklin County) Developed by NRP Holdings, LLC and Community Development for All People; Managed by NRP Management, LLC

Quail Hollow Phase II  (May 31, 2018, Martin County, Kentucky) Developed by Wabuck Development Company, Inc.; Managed by Homeland, Inc.

New Haven Greens of Nelson (May 31, 2018, Nelson County, Kentucky) Developed by Parkland Manor, Inc.; Wabuck Development Company, Inc.; Managed by Homeland, Inc.

Lebanon Junction (May 31, 2018, Bullitt County, Kentucky) Developed by Wabuck Development Company, Inc.; Managed by Homeland, Inc.

Carver Park II (May 21, 2018, Cuyahoga County) Developed by Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Managed by Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority  

Arlington Square Apartments (May 21, 2018, Lorain County) Developed by Renewal Development Associates; The Orlean Company; Managed by ABC Management

Homefull Family Living Center (August 2, 2018, Montgomery County) Developed by Homefull Family Living Center; Oberer Residential Construction, Ltd.; Managed by Homefull Family Living Center

Three Springs Townhomes (August 6, 2018, Kenton County, Kentucky) Developed by Spire Development; Fairfield Homes; Managed by Gorsuch Management.

Shepard Crossing  (August 6, 2018, Ottawa County) Developed by Buckeye Community Hope Foundation; Managed by RLJ Management Co. Inc.

Cincinnati Scholar House (August 17, 2018, Hamilton County) Developed by Model Property Development, Inc.; Managed by POAH Communities

 

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