Community Place Apartments

Focused on securing Cleveland’s future and making Cleveland a city where prosperity and quality of life are inclusive of everyone, Mayor Frank G. Jackson gave brief remarks at the ribbon cutting for the grand re-opening ceremony of the New Community Place Apartments located on Woodland Avenue in Cleveland. The former vintage Community Apartments, built in 1956, were transformed into sustainable healthy, safe and functional townhouses for families living in Ward 5 neighborhood. 

Through revitalization efforts and project planning by the City and local organizations, Cleveland continues to invest in the redevelopment and transformation for building vibrant communities for families, visitors and businesses.

The New Community Place affordable units represent the total transformation of the former Community Apartments and 44 vacant townhomes located across the street at Hill Place. The Community Place design layout features a campus which includes energy efficient lighting, new parking spaces, walking paths, landscaping, a central club house, and new community spaces. The new units were designed to include patios, aesthetically appealing windows, the replacement of all major mechanical and electrical systems, central air, new bathrooms, new kitchens and new flooring along with new bonus rooms with washers and dryers.  

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