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Information for Stanley Rowe Towers, Rowhouses and Liberty Street Apartments





CMHA was awarded a HUD
Choice Neighborhood Planning
grant in collaboration with Seven
Hills Neighborhood House
(Anchor Institution), Community Building Institute and other key


Choice Neighborhoods is HUD’s
signature program to use funds
to rebuild neighborhoods,
preserve affordable housing and
create opportunities for


Stanley Rowe Towers, 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 Planning process will result in
a Transformation Plan that will
become the guiding document for
directing positive change in the
neighborhood that provides
stability and helpful outcomes for
West End families.


Click any of the FAQ to expand and read the answer.
Stanley Rowe Towers A and B, Rowhouses and Liberty Street Apartments public housing residents, CMHA and neighborhood stakeholders will serve on the Housing, People and Neighborhood Task Forces. The Transformation Plan will be developed as these Task Forces work together.
The planning process will evaluate alternatives for new and renovated housing. The Stanley Rowe and Liberty St. public housing residents will have a critical seat at the table at every meeting.
Yes, every lease-compliant existing Stanley Rowe Towers A and B, Rowhouses and Liberty Street Apartments household will have the right to return to a replacement apartment where they will continue to pay 30% of their income toward rent. The Choice Neighborhoods program requires one-for-one replacement housing.

  1. First opportunity to move into revitalized apartments in better physical condition
  2. Long term availability of affordable housing and rental assistance
  3. Additional flexibility to move to better housing and/or places of opportunity

Created by the Obama administration in 2010, Choice Neighborhoods builds on lessons learned from HOPE VI by investing in affordable housing, services and the surrounding neighborhood. Choice Neighborhoods provides funds to improve resident access to education, workforce development, wellness programs and mobility.
Check the West End Choice Neighborhoods website for meetings, follow us on facebook look for notices at your door and in the new Choice Neighborhoods Information Center near the rental office. You can also contact the CMHA Property Manager or email


Transformation Planning


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