Proposed senior housing presentation 4-20-21 7PM at the Hartwell Recreation Center.

The Basics National Church Residences is seeking to build a new construction 62-unit senior housing community in the Hartwell neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. This project will provide roughly 60 one-bedroom units targeting low to moderate income seniors. The Hartwell senior community will feature no cost, on-site service coordination to residents, offering essential services and critical links to resources in the community, such as health care assessments and legal assistance. Residents will also benefit from easy access to local amenities such as the adjacent Drake Center hospital and Kroger grocery store. A Metro stop is located just a 3-minute walk from the site, providing easy and affordable access to nearby recreation and other amenities. National Church Residences, headquartered in Columbus, OH, is the nation’s largest not-for-profit developer and manager of affordable senior housing with over 340 affordable and market-rate properties in 25 states, including 106 in Ohio. National Church Residences has a 60-year history of creating affordable communities with supportive services that help residents maintain a healthy lifestyle, develop habits for healthier aging, and retain independence, while also providing an inviting environment for residents, their families, and their friends. National Church Residences has developed more than 23,000 units of housing to meet the needs of low-income residents across the United States, and has a commitment to developing and operating housing and services of the highest quality. Location Hartwell TBD will be located at 68 Shadybrook Drive in northern Cincinnati, Ohio. Population Served The proposed Hartwell senior housing community will serve senior residents ages 62 and above with low incomes who are suitable for independent living. Timeline National Church Residences anticipates construction to begin in the spring of 2023.