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Mayor Hogsett, INHP and Davis Homes join Old Southside neighborhood to start construction on new, affordable single-family homes

Six of 13 new homes to be built in 2019 as part of Hogsett Administration’s Lift Indy grant focused on neighborhood development   INDIANAPOLIS – Today Mayor Hogsett joined the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP), Davis Homes and the Old Southside Lift Indy steering committee to officially start construction of six of 13 affordable single-family…

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INHP awards grant to CICOA Safe at Home program

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions has received a $20,000 grant from the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP). The grant supports CICOA’s Safe at Home program, which provides home safety and accessibility modifications that enhance mobility, promote independence, and prevent falls for older adults and people with disabilities. Read the full news release at CICOA.org: https://cicoa.org/news/inhp-grant-to-cicoa-safe-at-home/ 

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INHP’s latest ETOD acquisitions featured in IBJ

Joe Hanson, executive vice president of strategic initiatives, talked to the Indianapolis Business Journal about three properties INHP has purchased using the innovative Equitable Transit-Oriented Development (ETOD) fund. The article shares the locations and explains the purpose of the fund, which is to support affordable housing development or preservation along Indianapolis’ high-frequency transit lines. Read…

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INHP’s 2018 Annual Report is out now

This time last year, clients such as Taryn and Carol started to take advantage of our new and innovative loan programs. We also were busy selling the 29 single-family homes we co-developed with community-based partners in three neighborhoods. These efforts and more are featured in INHP’s 2018 annual report. In our latest report, we share…

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INHP partners with Big Car Collaborative, Riley Area Development Corporation to fund artist colony

U.S. Department of the Treasury recognizes INHP for local partnership WASHINGTON, DC (September 6, 2018) – The U.S. Department of the Treasury Community Development Financial Institutions Fund recognized INHP in the blog post “Indianapolis Neighborhood Partnership Helps Artists Revitalize a Community,” along with partners Big Car Collaborative and Riley Area Development. Read the full post…

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INHP launches Equitable Transit-Oriented Development loan fund

$15 million fund to be used to preserve or cause the development of affordable housing along mass transit lines INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP), in collaboration with Cinnaire, has launched the city’s first Equitable Transit-Oriented Development (ETOD) loan fund that will be used to preserve affordable housing or spur development near Indianapolis transit…

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