New alliance hopes $141M public-private partnership is the start of an even bigger effort to create affordable housing

The three-year plan, requiring buy-in from the state, Columbus, Franklin County and private institutions, would only make a dent in the region’s need for 54,000 affordable housing units, a gap that could widen when Central Ohio’s population grows by 50 percent in the next 30 years.

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