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Renovations Support Wallick's Goal of Premier Service

While advancing its goal of being the leading service provider of affordable housing in the Midwest, Wallick's development team is continuing to rehabilitate its diverse portfolio of properties. Projects range from rehabbing an historic former hotel in rural Ohio, to a senior community in Dayton to a renovation of more than 700 units in urban Cincinnati.

   

 

 

 

 

 


 

Wallick in the News

Recently published articles about Wallick Companies include:

April 2011
Affordable Housing Finance - Top 50 Affordable Housing Owners

March 2011

Affordable Housing Finance - Mission Rehab

February 2011
Cincinnati.com - Fay residents return to remarkable makeover

Afforable Housing Finance - Q&A with Howard Wallick

January 2011
Units - Bed Bugs - Avoiding an Itchy Situation

 



       
Almond Village Facelift
Work is almost finished on Almond Village, a 60-unit community for low-income seniors in Dayton, Ohio. Using Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) and funding from the federal American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), Wallick expanded all 60 units by 100 SF to reconfigure kitchens and bathrooms, improve accessibility and create an open floor plan. Environmentally-friendly green features also were added in the units, including Energy Star appliances, energy-efficient lighting and a central HVAC system.

Berwick — Preserving the Past,
Looking to Tomorrow
Another nearly-complete senior community renovation is Berwick Apartments, formerly The Berwick Hotel. Located in Cambridge, Ohio, this historic building is listed
on the National Register of Historic Places. Also financed using LIHTC and ARRA funding, as well as state and federal Historic Tax Credits, all 48 units were rehabbed and reconfigured to enhance accessibility and incorporate universal design features to improve seniors’ quality of life. Green features also were added to the units, as at Almond Village, including low-VOC paints and adhesives and low-flow faucets and toilets. The Berwick’s common spaces also have been updated and enhanced for improved accessibility and appearance.
Villages at Roll Hill’s Progress
Rolling Along 
Renovations at the Villages at Roll Hill in Cincinnati are 25% complete – two of eight phases. As of mid-May, renovations are finished on 136 units, and residents are moving back into their “new” apartments.

The 79-acre community is home to 3,000 residents who live in 703 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Scheduled for completion in March 2013, this $36 million project will be the largest green renovation of an affordable housing community in the nation.
   
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