Housing First, a collaboration of community organizations, including CHN Housing Partners, has announced that it is on pace to end long-term homelessness in Cuyahoga County by 2020. When construction of its $12.9-million apartment building in Brooklyn Centre is completed at the end of 2019, Cuyahoga County will have developed enough permanent supportive housing in the…Details
Dignitaries Join Residents and CHN Housing Partners Leadership to Cut the Ribbon for Hough Heritage, CHN’s Newest Senior Building
Video courtesy of TV20 Cleveland On November 15, 2017, we were thrilled to be joined by Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, Wes Finch, founder and chairman of the Finch Group, Ryan Olman, vice president of Key Community Development Corporation, Linda Warren, senior vice president of Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, and many residents…Details
Last week, CHN Housing Partners received the 2017 William J. Graves Housing Excellence Award. The award was presented at the 19th annual Ohio Housing Conference hosted by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) and Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) in Columbus. The luncheon award ceremony was attended by 1,600 people. Executive director Rob Curry…Details
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: Notice that CHN Housing Partners will hold a Public Meeting on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 6-6:30 PM at CHN Community Resource Center, 2999 Payne Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, on the following: Application to Cuyahoga County Department of Development for a $50,000 2018 Cuyahoga County Supplemental Grant for leverage funding to replace…Details
We are proud to announce that the Commons at West Village, a collaboration between CHN Housing Partners and EDEN, Inc., has received the President’s Award from the National Development Council. This $13 million project is funded through Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) with investment from Key Community Development Corporation, and supported through funds from…Details
Thirty six years after its founding, the Cleveland Housing Network (CHN) has changed its name to CHN Housing Partners. “While we have a new name, our board, staff and exceptional commitment to affordable housing remain the same,” said Rob Curry, executive director of CHN Housing Partners. As CHN’s capacity and accomplishments have grown, so have…Details
CHN Housing Partners is seeking to expand its services for low-income homeowners. Read more in Crain’s Cleveland Business. Photo used with permission, Crain’s Cleveland Business/Ken BlazeDetails
The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits to CHN for two affordable housing projects: Emerald Alliance XI, permanent supportive housing for the chronically homeless. Our newest permanent supportive housing partnership with EDEN will be located on the site of the YMCA in Cleveland’s Brooklyn neighborhood. This is part of the…Details
CHN Housing Partners, formerly known as the Cleveland Housing Network, discusses our flagship Lease Purchase Program, but also talks more broadly about affordable housing. Read more in Affordable Housing Finance Magazine.
CHN recently celebrated its 1,000th family who became a homeowner through its Lease Purchase Program. The nationally replicated program offers a 15-year pathway to home ownership for low-income families who could not otherwise afford to purchase a home. Read More.