The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority and the City of Cincinnati are leading a comprehensive place-based neighborhood revitalization strategy that builds on community strengths, leverages planned investments for broad and equitable impact, and reflects on the rich history of the West End.
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The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority and the City of Cincinnati are working with over 30 partners to apply for a $50M Choice Neighborhoods Implementation grant to begin implementation. From 2021-2022, the West End CNI Transformation team conducted an inclusive planning process to develop and build consensus around place-based strategies that leverage opportunities and address challenges in the West End neighborhood and to revitalize the target public housing sites Stanley Rowe Towers A and B, Rowhouses and Liberty Street Apartments.
CMHA and the City of Cincinnati are applying for a HUD Choice Neighborhood Implementation grant in collaboration with the Stanley Rowe Towers A and B, Row Houses, and Liberty St Apts residents and key stakeholders.
Stanley Rowe Towers A and B, Row Houses, and Liberty St Apartments. The West End neighborhood bounded by north: W McMicken Ave and Western Hills Viaduct, east: Central Parkway, south: 6th St and Kenner, west: CSX-Norfolk Southern rail lines and I-75.
The Choice Neighborhoods Team is working with Stanley Rowe Towers A and B, Row Houses, and Liberty St Apts residents and the West End to develop a CNI application that serves
as the guiding document for directing transformative change and investment to benefit existing residents.