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Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership

The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) is pleased to announce a $500,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase to enable the creation of an innovative equitable transit-oriented development (ETOD) fund.

“The ETOD fund puts a deliberate focus on the availability of affordable housing near transit, especially as IndyGo’s bus rapid transit lines transform Indianapolis,” said Moira Carlstedt, president and CEO of INHP. “We believe everyone should have equal opportunity to live in a neighborhood with easy access to employment, health care, child care, education, food and support services. With Chase’s invaluable partnership, we look forward to leading this effort.”

The JPMorgan Chase grant will allow INHP to take the first steps toward activating the ETOD fund, which will include additional private- and public-sector support. Through the fund, INHP aims to:

  • Preserve or cause the development of 1,000 affordable housing units within a quarter-mile of a transit line, consistent with the neighborhoods’ priorities
  • Enable equitable access to jobs, education and healthcare
  • Prevent gentrification

“JPMorgan Chase is delighted to be a philanthropic partner to activate the fund, which will bring positive, equitable development for Indianapolis and Marion County now and into the future,” said Al Smith, chairman of JPMorgan Chase Indiana. “We are proud to support this innovative affordable housing strategy that will make Indianapolis a model for others to follow.”

Recent studies show moderate-income families spend nearly 60 percent of their income on housing and transportation. Through ETOD, INHP can promote choice and affordability in housing while also providing affordable access to jobs, education, healthcare, food and cultural amenities – all the ingredients needed for economic mobility. The program will also promote the development of a vibrant local economy by supporting density, which is a key factor in area business growth.

INHP and JPMorgan Chase have maintained a nearly 30-year partnership to support and empower working families on their homeownership journeys and be a catalyst for Marion County neighborhood redevelopment.

INHP office holiday hours

Starting Dec. 25, 2019, through Jan. 1, 2020, all INHP office locations will be closed for the holidays. We will resume normal hours of operation at 8:30 a.m., Jan. 2, 2020.


INHP will respond to any inquiries or form submissions made via our website or email system in the order they were received after we reopen. If you do not hear from an INHP representative by Jan. 9, 2020, please call 317-610-4663.


We wish you a warm and happy holiday season!

INHP offices are closed

Due to inclement weather, all INHP office locations are closed until 10 a.m., Dec. 17. At this time, staff are not able to answer phone calls; however, you may still use our online services, including:

  • Completing an online form for our home purchase or home repair programs
  • Registering for an INHP education course
  • Taking an online education course

We look forward to continuing operations and serving you once weather permits. If your request is urgent, please leave a voicemail at 317-610-4663. We will return your call in the order it was received as soon as we return to normal business hours.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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