Columbus-based member Buckeye Community Hope Foundation brings new senior housing to Akron

The Akron neighborhood of Kenmore will be getting its first new housing in at least fifty years. This project has been in the works for six years.

It will have twenty one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments and two community rooms that will cater to low-income seniors. The apartments average 850 square feet and are all electric. The units have filled up quickly!

The project will be owned and managed by OCDCA member Buckeye Community Hope Foundation, a Columbus-based nonprofit that specializes in the construction and management of low-income senior housing.

Read more about this development in The Akron Beacon Journal.

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