Affrodable Housing New Builds in central Ohio
This forum features a discussion of affordable housing development in central Ohio through Homeport, Tradition Homes and Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Healthy Homes/Healthy Families Initiative. Presenters:
Angela Mingo, Community Relations Director, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families (HNHF) is an initiative composed of faith-based organizations, community development organizations, youth-serving nonprofits and local public schools seeking to create positive health outcomes in the community. The focus is on revitalizing Columbus’ South Side, the area around Nationwide Children’s and targeting five impact areas: affordable housing, education, health and wellness, safe and accessible neighborhoods, and workforce development.
Leah Evans, Vice President, Real Estate Development, Homeport
Homeport is a non-profit housing developer based in Columbus, Ohio. Since its inception in 1987, Homeport has given greater security, opportunity and dignity to thousands of low-income people by building quality, affordable homes, primarily financed with private investment leveraged by Federal tax credits. Homeport also develops new and renovated single- and multi-family homes designed to catalyze neighborhood revitalization, including market-rate homes, single-family, and lease-to-purchase homes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about affordable housing development in our communities. There is no cost to attend, but registration is requested. Register today!