CNI Projects – Here are the possibilities:

Columbus, Ohio

In 2011, a partnership of CMHA, The Ohio State University, and the City of Columbus launched Partners Achieving Community Transformation (PACT) to undertake a community-based process to develop the Blueprint for Community Investmenta plan to revitalize the Near East Side neighborhood.

The neighborhood includes the 26-acre site of the Poindexter Village public housing community, a 414-unit development constructed in 1940.

On June 30, 2014, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan announced the award to Columbus of a $29.7 million grant, one of four awards in the nation. The Columbus application was the top-rated among the 44 applications received by HUD.

Cleveland, Ohio

The Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), together with the City of Cleveland, The Community Builders
and Purpose Built Communities, is leading a major transformation of Woodhill Homes and the larger Buckeye Woodhill neighborhood.

Shaped by the vision and priorities of current residents, this transformation plan includes:
new housing, streets, community space and programming for a thriving community

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Larimer / East Liberty Choice Neighborhoods Initiative is a $30M award from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to revitalize the Larimer/East Liberty Neighborhood. Revitalization includes 334 new housing units and neighborhood park