North Central Village Grand Opening Offers Affordable Housing to Columbus

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The NRP Group and MiraCit Corporation will host an event to celebrate the grand opening of North Central Village Senior Apartment Homes. NRP and MiraCit have partnered to meet the growing demand for high-quality affordable housing for Columbus-area seniors with the North Central Village housing in Columbus, OH.

What: The NRP Group and MiraCit Corporation will host an event to celebrate the grand opening of North Central Village Senior Apartment Homes. NRP and MiraCit have partnered to meet the growing demand for high-quality affordable housing for Columbus-area seniors with the North Central Village housing in Columbus, OH.

When: Friday, September 17, 2010
Remarks begin at 10:00 AM

Who: Speakers will include Charleta Tavares, Columbus City Council; Kevin Clark, Housing Credit Allocation Manager, Ohio Housing Finance Agency; Rita Parise, City of Columbus Department of Development – Housing Division; Brian Langmeyer, Ohio Capital Corporation; Nadine Liggett, U.S. Bank; Sharon Francis, Executive Director, MiraCit Corporation; Aaron Pechota, VP Development, The NRP Group

Where: North Central Village Senior Apartment Homes
2200 Foundation Drive
Columbus, OH 43211
614-262-5357

Why: The NRP Group, a full-service developer, general contractor and property manager, identified Columbus as one of a growing number of cities with strong demand for affordable rental units for hard-working citizens.

NRP has joined forces with MiraCit Development Corporation, a neighborhood based nonprofit organization to develop North Central Village as part of an overall revitalization plan for the Mock Road neighborhood. The development will act as a cornerstone to the neighborhood’s redevelopment activities which include 344 residential units built or rehabbed representing $50 million of investment in the neighborhood in the last 10 years.

Details: North Central Village was the first development to receive Tax Credit Exchange (TCE) housing funds through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) in Ohio. The Ohio Finance Agency (OHFA) awarded the $3.3 million allocation to North Central Village in Columbus, a 74-unit affordable senior community situated in 12 one-story buildings that replaced a blighted mobile park on the east side of Columbus.

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