Homeport Happenings: February 2018 Edition

'Mixed Income Neighborhoods'

  Homeport President & CEO Bruce Luecke inside Poindexter Place. Seated in front of Bruce are Council Members Elizabeth Brown, Jaiza Page and Michael Stinziano. 

Homeport President & CEO Bruce Luecke inside Poindexter Place. Seated in front of Bruce are Council Members Elizabeth Brown, Jaiza Page and Michael Stinziano. 

City Announces Affordable Housing Development Incentive

Homeport President & CEO Bruce Luecke joined a news conference by the city of Columbus on Jan. 29 announcing tax incentive legislation it hopes will provide more housing for working class individuals in escalating price neighborhoods like the Short North. To learn more, visit here. 


American Addition Profiled

  Tune in 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 to watch WOSU-TV's popular  Columbus Neighborhoods  show focus on the revitalization of the American Addition subdivision and the role Homeport is playing building new homes like the one above.

Tune in 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 to watch WOSU-TV's popular Columbus Neighborhoods show focus on the revitalization of the American Addition subdivision and the role Homeport is playing building new homes like the one above.


Granting Home Ownership Dreams

  Steve Bennett, center, Central Ohio Market President of US Bank, stopped by Homeport headquarters to drop off a grant donation of $10,000 to support homebuyer education courses offered by Homeport. Accepting on behalf of Homeport were Kerrick Jackson, Netta Whitman,  on the left, and Bruce Luecke and Laverne Price on the right. 

Steve Bennett, center, Central Ohio Market President of US Bank, stopped by Homeport headquarters to drop off a grant donation of $10,000 to support homebuyer education courses offered by Homeport. Accepting on behalf of Homeport were Kerrick Jackson, Netta Whitman,  on the left, and Bruce Luecke and Laverne Price on the right. 


Spotlight Nears

  Maude Hill

Maude Hill

Maude's Latest Recognition

Homeport’s Senior Vice President of Community & Government Relations, Maude Hill, will be honored by the YWCA at its annual fund-raising luncheon at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday April 11, 2018 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

A film crew came to Homeport in January to interview Maude about her life-long commitment to helping the underprivileged and struggling.  The first recipient of Homeport's Voice & Vision honor, Maude is one of seven women joining the YWCA of Columbus Women of Achievement academy. To learn more about the YWCA luncheon and how to support its goals,  click here.


Signs Of The Times

  As part of Homeport's efforts to better service and connect with its residents, new signage was recently created at entry points to its residential communities including Indian Mound on the southwest side of Columbus. Also part of the signage initiative were the communities of Raspberry Glen, Marsh Run and Renaissance Village.

As part of Homeport's efforts to better service and connect with its residents, new signage was recently created at entry points to its residential communities including Indian Mound on the southwest side of Columbus. Also part of the signage initiative were the communities of Raspberry Glen, Marsh Run and Renaissance Village.