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LEAD HAZARDS

2017-2020

Remediated lead-based paint hazards in five owner-occupied homes. Conducted lead inspections, assessments, and clearances. Prioritized homes with children.
 

FUNDING: 

CDBG Disastor Recovery, IHCDA


LOCATION:

City of Marion

BLIGHT ELIMINATION PROGRAM

2014-2019

On behalf of the City of Marion, AHC served as the award administrator for three successful rounds of funding, during which 75 blighted and abandoned houses were demolished.

FUNDING: 

US Treasury Hardest Hit Funds, IHCDA General Funds


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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EVERGREEN HOMES

2011-Ongoing

Located on 14th and Washington Streets in Marion, AHC developed, owns, and manages 10 affordable rental duplex townhomes. The residents also have access to an onsite community building, which provides a kitchen, meeting rooms, and exercise equipment.

FUNDING: 

HOME Grant, FHLBI AHP Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

2009-2012

AHC weatherized 230 homes with insulation, air sealing, and furances.

FUNDING: 

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, IHCDA Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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DIAMOND ESTATES

2008-2010

In response to a study showing that buyers were being priced out of the Gas City market, AHC opened the door for 10 families to achieve their dream of homeownership. On undeveloped land 4 blocks from main street, AHC built affordable Energy Star approved single family homes, and provided financial assistance to home-buyers, including a 3 year property tax abatement.

FUNDING: 

HOME Grant


LOCATION:

City of Gas City

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INTR

2006-2008

Improving Neighborhoods Through Revitalization (INTR) was a revitalization effort in the Greenway Crossing area. AHC helped 10 families purchase homes. Six of the homes were refurbished existing properties, and four were new construction.

FUNDING: 

IHCDA 0% Construction Loan, Development Subsidy


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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MARION-GRANT COUNTY SENIOR CENTER

2004-2005

The Marion-Grant County Senior Center worked with AHC to apply for a CDBG grant to improve their facility. A kitchen was renovated and a new addition was added to the center.

FUNDING: 

Community Focus Fund Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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EMERSON HOMES

2000-2001

AHC developed and manages 8 affordable rental duplex townhouses on Washington Street in Center City. The homes were named after the school that previously stood in its place.

FUNDING:

HOME Grant, FHBLI AHP Grant, Community Foundation Grant, Donations

LOCATION:

City of Marion

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PLAZA GREEN

2015-Ongoing

With an ongoing wait list for affordable rental housing, AHC developed a 37 unit apartment building with two and three bedroom units. The development repurposed an old bowling alley in North Marion. The apartment complex combines new construction with rehabilitation of an abandoned facility. The development provides a fitness center, community space, onsite coin-operated laundry, laundry hook ups in each unit, and storage area for tenants.

FUNDING: 

S.42 Tax Credits, FHLBI AHP Grant, HOME Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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PLEASANT WOODS

2012-2013

AHC partnered with Carey Services to develop land owned by owned by Carey Services in South Marion. The development consists of 5 two-bedroom duplexes. The units are specifically designed for adults with developmental disabilities fully equipped and accessible for independent living.

FUNDING:

HOME Grant, FHLBI AHP Grant, IHCDA Home Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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THE FLYING TOMATO

2011-Ongoing

After asking a Center City neighborhood what they would like to have done with vacant lots, there was a consensus to put in a community garden. This was the birth of the Flying Tomato. Thanks to the Marion Community Garden Association, an irrigation system was installed before the 2nd planting season. AHC sponsored a pergola, picnic table, and bench in 2012. Neighbors now own and maintain the garden.

FUNDING:

AHC, MCGA, and private donations


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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ABIJAH C. JAY HOUSE

2010

AHC secured and administered a grant in partnership with the Marion Public Library to historically preserve the Abijah C. Jay House.

FUNDING:

CDBG Grant, OCRA

LOCATION:

City of Marion

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MY HOME

2008-2009

In a partnership with Grant County Rescue Mission, AHC developed high efficiency apartments (11 units) to provide transitional semi-permanent housing for residents of the mission.

FUNDING:

HOME Grant, Development Fund Loan


LOCATION:

City of Marion

HOME REPAIR PROGRAM

2002-2011

Through a matching program with Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis, AHC assisted 24 home-owners in home repairs. From fixing roofs to getting homes ready to be weatherized, the program was broad and offered many opportunities.

FUNDING:

FHLBI AHP Grant, NAP Donations

LOCATION:

Grant County

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GRANT COUNTY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

2003-2004

The Grant County Boys and Girls club worked with AHC to apply for a CDBG grant to build a new facility.

FUNDING:

FHLBI AHP Grant, NAP Donations

LOCATION:

City of Marion

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THOMAS JEFFERSON HOMES

1998-2001

AHC developed 24 affordable rental units (single-family and duplex), 10 of which were affordable single-family owner-occupied units. The homes took the place of an abandoned school building and development included a public park with a playground and walkway.

FUNDING:

HOME Grant, CDBG Grant, FHBLI AHP Grant, Community Foundation Grant, Donations

LOCATION:

City of Marion

HOME REPAIRS

2015-Ongoing

In response to call after call for owner occupied rehab, AHC partnered with the City of Marion to rehab 54 homes. The work focuses on work and safety concerns, such as roofs, furnaces, etc. Currently, AHC is working with 12 home owners to make necessary repairs.

FUNDING: 

CDBG Grant, IHCDA


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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OPEN HEART APARTMENTS

2013-2014

AHC partnered with Grant County Rescue Mission to develop a one-story apartment building in Central Marion. There are eight  units for homeless women and children.

FUNDING: 

FHLBI AHP Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

MAGNIFICENT SE7EN

2012-2015

Data from the Vectren Foundation spearheaded a community collaboration to to revitalize a group of neighborhoods titled "the Magnificent Se7en". Activities included the weatherization of 100 homes with volunteers, listening sessions with local residents, and the development of a Quality of Life Plan.

FUNDING: 

Vectren Foundation Grant, Community Foundation of Grant County, Indiana Office of Energy Development Challenge Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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REMODLIN' THE MODLIN

2008-Ongoing

AHC renovated an abandoned and blighted former print shop at 25th and S Washington St. The building is now the headquarters for Project Leadership and offers one market-rate apartment.

FUNDING: 

Community Foundation Grant, Commercial Loan


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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GRACE HOUSE

2006-2007

In order to meet a need in Grant County, AHC was part of a partnership to build a recovery home for men struggling with alcohol and other drug problems. Grace House provides 11 single-room occupancy units for men in transition.

FUNDING: 

HOME Grant, United Way Grant


LOCATION:

City of Marion

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HUNTINGTON COUNTY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

2004-2005

The Huntington County Boys and Girls club worked with AHC to apply for a CDBG grant to build a new facility.

FUNDING: 

CDBG Grant, Loan, Cash Donations


LOCATION:

City of Huntington

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SPRINGHILL HOMES

2001-2003

In response to a need for affordable homes in Marion, AHC developed a scattered site rental community with the opportunity for residents to purchase their homes. Springhill Homes won the 2001 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Rental Housing.

FUNDING:

Tax Credits, HOME Grant, CDBG Grant, FHBLI AHP Grant, Donations

LOCATION:

City of Marion

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HUNTER'S RUN APARTMENTS

1998-2000

AHC worked with a private property management company in the development of 72 affordable multi-family rental units.

FUNDING:

IHCDA Section 42 Tax Credits

LOCATION:

City of Marion