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Alice May Easton Place

929 E. McMillan Street
Cincinnati, OH 45206
  • Alice May Easton Building Exterior
  • Alice May Easton Place exterior from above
  • building reception area
  • Apartment Kitchen
  • Apartment bathroom
  • Childcare center reading area
  • Computer Lab
  • sidewalk and building exterior
Deal Type: 
New Construction
Number of Units: 
44
Tenancy: 
Family

Alice May Easton Place is a 44-unit apartment building in the Walnut Hill section of Cincinnati that houses the Scholar House program, a transitional learning-living program that supports low-income single parents to complete a post-secondary degree and improve their work prospects. Parents receive housing subsidy and on-site child care and other supports while they work their way towards self-sufficiency.

Alice May Easton Place is an elevator building containing 32 two-bedroom apartments and 12 three-bedroom apartments and a computer lab, fitness room, the childcare center and commercial spaces on the ground floor. The childcare center includes 5 classrooms, a full size kitchen a large playroom and a large exterior play area.

Cincinnati Union Bethel, the nonprofit that administers the Scholar House program, has offices, a meeting room and a community room in the building.

The building offers 20 parking spaces and is conveniently located to amenities, stores and services.

The building is one of 19  properties in the Cincinnati area acquired by POAH from The Model Group in May 2018.  This acquisition preserved 1,100 rental apartments at a time when the neighborhood was seeing significant investments in infrastructure, new public transportation options, and an expansion of the district’s art and dining scene. The acquisition ensured that these apartments would remain affordable long-term and allow residents of all income levels to participate in the economic renaissance of the city.​

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Cincinnati Scholar House Opening

About Alice May Easton:

AlicePortrait of Alice May Easton May Easton was the first African American woman to graduate from the University of Cincinnati (in 1897). Easton graduated with a B.S. in mathematics and went on to teach at the Harriet Beecher Stowe School.

 

 

Project Partners

  • Cincinnati Union Bethel (CUB)
  • The Model Group
  • Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
  • Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation
  • City of Cincinnati
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati
  • Christ Church Cathedral
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • Chase Bank
  • US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)