TCP opens new headquarters
Ohio-based energy-efficient lighting manufacturer,
Ohio-based design, manufacturing, and technology company
TCP?s New Website
Ohio-based lamp and fixture manufacturer TCP has launched a new website,
Columbus, Ohio: City Fights Back Against Blight
Mayor Michael Coleman this year announced a new $25 million neighborhood revitalization initiative called Home Again.
Sec. 202 development preserved at Kirby Manor
Cleveland—Before it was rescued by National Church Residences (NCR), the Villa St. Rose of Kirby Manor (Kirby Manor) was headed straight to default and eventually to the auction block.
Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio Housing Finance Agency approved more than $14.8 million to help acquire, rehabilitate, and/or construct 379 units of rental housing and 46 single-family homes for moderate- and low-income families.
Housing agency executives discuss challenges, solutions
Housing finance agencies (HFAs) across the nation are engaged in a balancing act, trying to meet the significant affordable housing needs of their states while working with a limited amount of resources.
Steady as she goes
Toledo, Ohio – The executives running InvesTek, a local multifamily developer, have been looking for something in addition to apartments lately: bigger office space to accommodate their small but growing company, which has steadily been adding prop
OCCH passes $1 billion mark in equity raised
Columbus, Ohio — The Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) said that it has raised more than $1 billion in equity for affordable housing developments in the state of Ohio, a goal it reached after closing the $157 million Ohio Equity Fund for Housing
State and local equity funds share 2006 goals
Several state and local equity funds are expanding their business models to meet increased competition and demands of the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) market in 2006.