Ribbon Cutting Held for Rehabilitated Pomeroy Cliffs in Meigs County, Ohio


(Pomeroy Cliffs rehabilitation consists of 30 units of family housing in four buildings developed by Gallia-Meigs CAA and Fairfield Homes, Inc.)

October 3, 2014 – An affordable housing complex constructed in 1979 received a major renovation recently and held a ribbon cutting today with development partners and residents to celebrate the grand reopening. Pomeroy Cliffs is the $4.8 million rehabilitation of 30 units in four buildings located in Pomeroy in Meigs County, Ohio. The renovated townhomes and one-story attached row houses feature one- two- three- and four-bedroom units and will accompany the renovated building housing the management office, maintenance utility rooms, a common laundry facility, and community room.

Units include new energy efficient appliances, window blinds, carpet, central air conditioning, ceiling fans, and patios in the townhouse units. The development also contains a bus shelter for school children and a walking path with exercise stations. Gallia Meigs CAA will provide service coordination to the residents.

Pomeroy Cliffs was developed using a combination of low-income housing tax credits and a Housing Development Loan administered through the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, a construction loan through Fairfield National Bank, and funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Equity investment was provided by Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing. Gorsuch Management serves as the property manager.

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