Home with a History
Thanks to good bones and good partners, the previously vacant Lima First National Bank & Trust building has been restored and revamped. The building has been closed and laid empty since the 90’s. With the help of RiverHills Bank, Woda Cooper Companies, Ohio Housing Finance Agency, and all of the other wonderful project partners, the building is now home to over 50 residents.
This is another Affordable Housing project made possible by RiverHills Bank financing, low incoming housing grants, historic preservation tax credits, and more. 43 Town Square offers 47 new apartments with open concept design, modern finishes and fully-equipped kitchens with ENERGY STAR appliances, including dishwashers. The new property was designed to meet Enterprise Green Communities certification standards to assure excellent energy efficiency. There are seven units with ADA features for those with physical disabilities and three for those with sight or hearing impairments. It takes a village to get every moving piece in position for projects like this one to come together. We appreciate everyone who did their part to bring this project to completion.
Lima is making great strides in revitalizing the city. The restoration of this key landmark resulted in beautiful apartment units that will serve Lima’s low to moderate income individuals and families for years to come. Click on the image below to read more.