POAH's development receives $40M Choice grant

HUD representatives presented a $40M Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant check to Mayor Daniella Levine Cava for the redevelopment of POAH's Cutler Manor property and the surrounding Goulds neighborhood. This project addresses the critical need for affordable housing among Miami-Dade residents, who are among the most rent- burdened in the nation.

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Chicago and Cincinnati

POAH properties receive GRRP grants

Three POAH properties received grant funding under the Green and Resilient Retrofit Program (GRRP) for owners of properties participating in HUD-Assisted Multifamily Housing programs. read the HUD release

Groundbreaking for Fifth City Commons

Fifth City Commons is a new-construction affordable housing development in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on Chicago’s West Side that will include 43 apartments built to Passive House standards.

Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson spoke at the groundbreaking

read Chicago Sun Times article

Thought Leadership:

POAH Managing Director, Real Estate Development Rodger Brown reflects on trends in the affordable housing marketplace, supply chain improvements, modular building technology and more in the September issue of Tax Credit Advisor.

Read his commentary here

Salem, MA

Renovations improve sustainability, provide free broadband

POAH completed a $40M renovation at Salem Heights that included a complete replacement of the building envelope (siding, sheathing, windows and roofs), major upgrades to the building systems and free internet access

Left: Mayor Dominick Pangallo learns about the renovations at Salem Heights.

 Read Salem News article

Residents sign up for free WiFi

Free broadband access for Salem Heights was made possible through the CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) program and ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding from the City of Salem. Close to 200 Salem Heights residents who live in 120 of the 281 apartments in the development have signed up!

OUR MISSION: POAH's mission is to create, preserve and sustain affordable, healthy communities that provide economic security, racial equity and access to opportunity for all.
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