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2.6.20 Members Making News
From the Paterson Times: After years of delay, crews began demolishing the World War II-era Riverside Terrace housing development on 5th Avenue this week, to make way for 246 new senior and family apartments. Demolition is expected to take six months, said Israel Roizman of Roizman...
2.5.20 Members Making News
From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release: The pending construction of more than 400 affordable rental apartments—including 270 units specifically to address homelessness—was celebrated at a groundbreaking ceremony today as a source of hope for the community and the individuals and...
2.5.20 Members Making News
From The News Tribune: For a decade, Gault Middle School has sat vacant on Tacoma’s Eastside. Located at 1115 E. Division Lane, the school closed down in 2009. Now, the building’s windows and doors are boarded over from years of accumulated damage. “We’ve had a lot of wire theft happen and...
1.22.20 Members Making News
From Connect California: Groundbreaking for the next phase of the Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood Revitalization, formerly known as the Waterman Gardens Public Housing site, has commenced with construction of the 184-unit Crestview Terrace Apartments now underway in San Bernardino, CA. This is the...
1.22.20 Members Making News
From FOX8 News: Printworks Mill is a new housing development in Greensboro that'll offer affordable options. This historic mill is slowly transforming into a brand new multi-use community. “Printworks Mill is a fantastic example of using a distressed asset and turning it around and making it a...
1.22.20 Members Making News
From the New York City Housing Authority's NYCHANOW newsletter: Construction has begun on Van Dyke III, a building on the campus of Van Dyke Houses that will bring 180 affordable apartments to the Brownsville, Brooklyn, community. “Every apartment will be reserved for low-income households, with...
1.9.20 Members Making News
From the Columbus Dispatch: The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority plans to spend $247 million in 2020 to acquire 500 units and acquire and rehabilitate, or just rehab, another 928. The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority continues to shed public housing units while acquiring others...
1.9.20 Members Making News
From the Columbus Dispatch: I was pleased to read last Sunday’s Dispatch article “Housing authority acting like developer” about the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority. Having worked with a dozen or more public-housing authorities in Ohio and elsewhere in the past 45 years, I feel the need to...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From FOX4 News Kansas City: By the end of the month, Pendleton Arts Block will be filled with tenants. It's Kansas City's newest mixed-income living space. "This will be a new neighborhood for me. I came from St. Joseph, Mo. Now I'm relocating back here," freelance artist and new tenant...
12.5.19 Members Making News
2020 is shaping up to be a big year for the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) – CMHA will invest $247 million in 2020 to acquire or renovate more than 1,400 units of affordable and workforce housing, and by the end of 2020, CMHA will have converted 100% of its public housing stock to...

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