POAH's mission is to create, preserve and sustain affordable, healthy communities that provide economic security and access to opportunity for all people.
Woodlawn Station is POAH's new 70-unit, mixed-income, mixed-use building at the terminus of the CTA green line.
POAH's transit-oriented development wins "Best Urban Development" in AHF magazine Readers' Choice competition
Woodlawn Station opens at a pivotal time with the siting of the Obama Presidential Center in Jackson Park to the east and other institutions making investments in the community. "With all this new investment in the neighborhood, the need for preservation of affordability and workforce housing is great," said Konrad Schlater, POAH Vice President, Chicago Area (pictured on right with Development Associate Nikkitta McCoy)
POAH's Greenwood Park Apartments in Kenwood receives loan approval for renovations Read more
Our latest thoughts...
by Rodger Brown, Managing Director, Real Estate Development, and William Eager, Vice President, Chicago Area
It's not all bricks and sticks;
revitalizing neighborhoods means more than just new buildings
Create a Vision; Build on Community Input; Leverage Existing Assets and Don't Forget About Human Capital are some of the lessons learned in POAH's ten-year neighborhood revitalization on the South Side of Chicago. We share our thoughts in this commentary article.
Partners and residents cut the ribbon at High Meadow Homes in Bourne, MA (top) and Oxford Gardens in Providence, RI (bottom)
POAH celebrates ribbon cuttings in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
Congressman Bill Keating and legislators joined the ribbon cutting at
High Meadow Townhomes in
Bourne, MA while
Senator Jack Reed and
Congressman David Cicilline joined the celebration for the completion of renovations at
Oxford Place and Gardens in
Keurig Dr Pepper and KaBOOM! award $15,000 playground grant
Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) and the national non-profit KaBOOM! have awarded a Let's Play Community Construction Grant to build a new playground at Cromwell Court Apartments a 124-unit affordable housing development in downtown Hyannis, MA.