POAH's mission is to create, preserve and sustain affordable, healthy communities that provide economic security and access to opportunity for all people.

winter, 2017
POAH will add transit-oriented complex to Chicago redevelopment
POAH has closed on the financing for Woodlawn Station, a transit-oriented market-rate and affordable apartment complex to be built at the intersection of 63rd Street and Cottage Grove Avenue. In addition to new housing in the main building and two nearby brownstones, Woodlawn Station will feature 15,000 square feet of retail space adjacent to the CTA's Green Line Station.

Learn more about the redevelopment on the POAH Chicago website 
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Narrowing product choices delivers efficiency
POAH's Design and Building Performance
department has  launched the new "Basis of Design" website that helps contractors, architects, site staff save money in selecting and ordering materials. Specifying and installing quality products and systems from this source provides consistency in design, durability, and maintenance.  It also presents opportunities for energy and water savings across the portfolio. 
Visit the BOD website
POAH receives Clean Energy Group's Resilient Power Leadership Initiative Grant

Temple Landing resident lands job as computer engineer at  NASA
Dylan Baker's autism has been a challenge but never held him back

Dylan Baker grew up in POAH's affordable housing in New Bedford, MA. Ten years ago, Temple Landing was a dangerous place to live. But after POAH acquired and renovated it, things started changing. Since childhood Dylan was always dedicated to his studies and fascinated with all things about space and NASA. Dreams do come true; Dylan is now working as a computer engineer at NASA. His autism has been a challenge throughout his life but has never held him back from achieving this dream. Read this inspirational story 

POAH grant supports bus service in New Hampshire

POAH has made a $2,500 "challenge grant" to New Hampshire's Southwestern Community Services (SCS) to support its management of a public bus service in Newport, Charlestown and Claremont that serves many seniors, disabled and low income residents.

Melpet Farm wins a "Best of American Living Award"

Congratulations to Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects Inc. who designed POAH's Residences at Melpet Farm - 27 units of affordable rental housing on Cape Cod, a highly desirable tourist area. Melpet was awarded the "Silver" in The Best in American Living™ award from the National Association of Home Builders.

New 2-minute video highlights Florida senior housing
Beautifully renovated apartments and common areas, access to transportation, shopping, entertainment and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean are just a few of the amenities that make Trinity Towers a special place to live.
Last year, POAH completed renovations on Trinity Towers West and has begun work on Trinity Towers East to be followed by South. W atch 90 sec  video 
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