Mayor, Council, CHP Celebrate New Houses Built With Neighborhood Stabilization Funds

In 2008, the city of Columbus received an award of more than $22 million in the first round of NSP grant funds to help revitalize Columbus neighborhoods hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis. Today Mayor Michael B. Coleman was joined by Councilmember Charleta B. Tavares and Columbus Housing Partnership CEO Amy Klaben to cut the ribbon on a home newly-built with NSP funds. Located at 276 N. 21st Street, the house is one of eight new builds located in the North of Broad (NOBO) neighborhood in the King-Lincoln District that has been completed. continue...