The Community Builders Opens $46.4 Million Affordable Housing Community in Cleveland

by Channing Hamilton

CLEVELAND — The Community Builders has opened Woodhill Station West, a 46.4 million affordable housing project in the Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood of Cleveland. Woodhill Station West offers 120 units, as well as 4,520 square feet of community space. 

Woodhill Station West is Phase I of the Woodhill Homes redevelopment. The redevelopment, which will occur in six phases, will include approximately 638 homes and public amenities such as outdoor gathering spaces, recreational fields and playgrounds. Woodhill Station West includes 90 replacement homes for existing Woodhill residents.

In 2021, HUD awarded a $35 million Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant to the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and the City of Cleveland to support the Buckeye-Woodhill transformation plan. These grants assist in the redevelopment of severely distressed HUD-assisted properties into mixed-income communities. HUD awarded CMHA and the city another Choice Neighborhoods Supplemental Funding Grant for $10 million to further support the development of replacement housing in 2023.

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