Ohio Capital Finance Corporation (OCCH), in partnership with CareSource, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Partners For Kids, announced in January a $4 million effort to build and rehabilitate affordable, high-quality rental housing in Columbus.

Healthy Homes, the affordable housing arm of Nationwide Children’s Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families initiative is serving as the developer of this effort. OCFC assisted in structuring these investments to create a capital stack comprised solely of funding from nonprofit organizations with a 10-year term. The rental housing units will sit on lots that were provided by the City of Columbus Land Bank. Upon completion, the 20 units will serve households at or below 80% of AMI.

Read the OCCH press release here.