From the Toledo Blade:
Lucas Metropolitan Housing is expanding its Collingwood Green development again, this time with 55 family townhomes and 75 senior apartments.
They’ll likely be the last builds on the 20-acre site bounded by Nebraska Avenue, Division Street, Indiana Avenue, and I-75 near downtown Toledo as the housing agency looks to complete its first mixed-income neighborhood. The project has been 15 years in the making and will total about $80 million.
“We’re really trying to make it a neighborhood of choice,” said Matt Sutter, chief of public housing, development, and modernization.
The Toledo City Plan Commission this week recommended approving a zoning change from commercial neighborhood to commercial mixed use to allow the senior apartments to be built, and that request will go before Toledo City Council in June. The agency plans a mid-rise building with apartments on the top three floors and commercial on the first floor.
Read the Toledo Blade's article "Lucas Metropolitan Housing to grow Collingwood Green development."