A partnership with the City of Columbus and the Columbus Redevelopment Commission, The Taylor is a $41 million mixed-use project, featuring space for a future grocer, in downtown Columbus, Indiana. The Taylor will include 200 apartments, space for a 10,000 square foot grocery store, and 400 parking spaces. “The addition of The Taylor… Read more »
Site of the former United Way building, Parkside at Tarkington is an adaptive reuse multifamily development that creates 60 high quality units of affordable housing for seniors, 55 and over, with 20-25% of the units reserved for those with intellectual or developmental disabilities. All units will be for households earning between 30% and 60% of… Read more »
St. Mary’s Senior Living features 64 affordable units for seniors on the Sisters of Providence campus at St. Mary-Of-The-Woods. The building formerly known as Owens Hall includes 33 one-bedroom and 31 two-bedroom apartments. 20% of the units serve people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. In addition, there are four market rate apartments available.
Whiskey River is a $30 million project and features 150 luxury apartment units near the west end of High Street in downtown Lawrenceburg, Indiana which is located about 30 miles west of Cincinnati. The project includes one- and two-bedroom units, high-end finishes and resort style amenities.
A $35M mixed-use development featuring 200 luxury apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail space in the heart of the City’s NewPorte Landing redevelopment project. The development sits along the shores of Clear Lake and provides many unique amenities such as a resort-style pool with wet deck, outdoor courtyard featuring a fire pit and grilling… Read more »
The Ascent at Top of the Hill, an $80M mixed-use development, is the biggest mixed-use residential project in Cleveland Heights and will feature some of the best amenities offered in the greater Cleveland metropolitan area. The project consists of 261 luxury market rate apartment homes and 11,000 square feet of commercial retail space and… Read more »
Miller Parrott is the rehab of a building and creation of 50 new affordable apartments in Terre Haute, Indiana. The project has received funding through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. A certain number of units are set aside for lower income households. Households must earn either less than 50% or 60% of… Read more »
A partnership with Diane’s House Ministries, Diane’s House creates 42 affordable apartments in Washington, D.C. The project, which broke ground in 2019 and opened in 2020, is 30,563 SF. Households must earn either less than 50% or 60% of the area median income (depending on the set-aside option chosen by the property owner) to qualify… Read more »
A partnership with the Evansville Housing Authority, the EHA RAD is a 559-unit public housing development that included five properties (Buckner Tower, Caldwell Homes, Kennedy Tower and Schnute) totaling the 559 units – four midrise buildings and one garden community – and entailed relocating 450 residents during the construction process. Geothermal heating and cooling was… Read more »
Historic Sullivan Lofts, an adaptive re-use and conversion of two historic structures with new construction, provides 40 units of senior housing to the rural community of Sullivan, Indiana. Coinciding with Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb’s neighborhood revitalization initiatives, the project consists of 13 individual addresses covering 4.2 acres. One parcel was set aside for the creation… Read more »