The Cleveland Housing Network received the good word from the State of Ohio that they will receive tax credits fro the new Permanent Supportive Housing project in Cleveland. The project will be at 83rd and Detroit Ave. and will cost $9.5 million. The project tentatively called Emerald Alliance VIII will be complete in the fall of 2015 and contain 66 one-bedroom apartments for those who have been homeless for a long period of time.
CHN will develop the project with EDEN managing the building and MHS providing case management. The ADAMHS Board, KeyBank and CMHA are all involved in supporting this project for the Housing First initiative.
CHN also received support from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency and tax credits for their renovation of the Westerly in Lakewood, which was built in the 1960s and needs a makeover.
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