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Lower Price Hill Welcomes 3rd Habitat for Humanity Family to the Neighborhood

By Adelyn Hall

Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with Oyler Community Learning Center, the Community Learning Center Insitute, The Port, Robert and Adele Schiff Family Foundation, and many others, welcome the Darden family as the third Habitat for Humanity partner family to the neighborhood of Lower Price Hill!

Built in 1885, the single family home located at 2117 Storrs Street, directly across from Oyler Community Learning Center, had long been vacant and in need of repairs. After a year of construction, whereby the Darden family learned valuable skills through assisting in the renovation, the property has been transformed and is now move-in ready!

The partnership with Habitat for Humanity came as a result of the Lower Price Hill Resurgency Plan, whereby the community and its residents were engaged in a four-year community engagement process, of which the stated top priority is increasing affordable homeownership opportunities in the neighborhood.

The Lower Price Hill Resurgency Plan was approved by both the Lower Price Hill Community Council and the City of Cincinnati City Council in the Spring of 2019. Aligned with this Plan, Habitat for Humanity acquired 8 single family homes to renovate in Lower Price Hill and has now completed its third renovation.

If you are interested in a Habitat for Humanity home in Lower Price Hill, please reach out to Karen Zimmer, Beech Acres Family Team Lead, located at Oyler Community Learning Center, at (513) 678-8906 and/or [email protected].

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Lower Price Hill Welcomes 3rd Habitat for Humanity Family to the Neighborhood