Columbus housing authority to put $25M into rehabbing four communities

State funds will help Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority to renovate over 250 affordable housing units and fund dozens more units in two new communities.

CMHA will spend about $25 million to renovate four communities in east Columbus, the next stage in the group's multiyear effort to modernize the affordable housing options in the city and give a comprehensive overhaul to the 1,424 housing units in its portfolio.

The four communities are 53-unit Eastmoor Square, 50-unit Glenview Estates,…

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