City-owned railroad (no, not that one) will fund more housing

The city will kick in $700,000 in proceeds from the Cincinnati Southern Railway to start funding its affordable housing trust fund with a goal to build more homes for low-income city residents.

Mayor John Cranley and Councilman David Mann announced the funding on Thursday at the former Manse Hotel in Walnut Hills, a $12.6 million project that will include 60 affordable senior apartments. That Model Group project did not receive money from the trust fund but did receive pass-through federal funds…

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