Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority (MMHA) and Miller-Valentine Group are proud to announce, in conjunction with their partner organizations, the Grand Opening of Southwick Manor Apartments, a brand new community built for the lifestyle, needs and wants of adults 55 and over. A ribbon cutting ceremony will begin at 11:00 am on Friday, September 25, 2015, at 4326 Southwick Boulevard, Brunswick, Ohio 44212; property tours and a reception will immediately follow the ceremony.
We are honored to have several distinguished speakers at this event, including Thomas Queen, Community Relations Coordinator, US Congressman James Renacci’s Office; State Representative Steve Hambley of the Ohio House of Representatives; Ron Falconi, Mayor, City of Brunswick; Kelan Craig, Business Manager, Ohio Housing Finance Agency; Jack Kukura, Chief of Acquisitions, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing; and Julie Batey, Chairperson, Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority Board of Commissioners.
Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority (MMHA) and Miller-Valentine Group, worked with the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, City of Brunswick, and First Merit Bank to bring this remarkable property to fruition.
Southwick Manor is a brand new, maintenance-free, pet-friendly community of 54 one- and two-bedroom apartment homes which were designed to serve adults 55 and over who desire high-quality affordable rental housing. All apartment homes feature amenities you would expect to find in a luxury apartment home, at an affordable price; spacious floor plans, fully-equipped gourmet kitchens, energy-efficient design and appliances, a laundry room with full-size washer/dryer connections, exceptional closet space, and central air conditioning. Community amenities include a multipurpose room with a kitchen/dining area, business center, media room and fitness center.
Southwick Manor has provided over $4.7 million in income for the local economy. This includes wages for workers and revenue for local proprietors, small businesses, and corporations. In addition, Southwick Manor generated 81 new jobs during its construction for local contractors and sub-contractors.
Skip Sipos, MMHA Executive Director states, “Southwick Manor is the result of the hard work and determination of many of Medina County’s leaders. It is because of the collaborative efforts of the City of Brunswick, the County’s business community, and the many local organizations serving Medina County’s seniors that this new building is here. The best news is it will be here for many, many years providing a wonderful place for the residents to call home.”
Brian McGeady, Partner & President of Miller-Valentine Affordable Housing Development said, “At Miller-Valentine Group we build communities such as Southwick Manor with a vision to provide a high quality of life and peace of mind to each of our residents. We are greatly honored to touch the lives of residents in the Brunswick area.”
For more information about the Southwick Manor Apartments Grand Opening event, please call us at (513) 444-5883, email us at [email protected], visit YourNextPlacetoLive.com or contact the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority office at (330) 725-7531.