United North is also a member of the New Schools New Neighborhoods Initiative, a private-public partnership that is helping to rebuild neighborhoods around Toledo’s new public school buildings. The goal is to leverage that investment and use the new schools to transform neighborhoods using multiple development tools. The new schools are expected to be a major factor in attracting families, improving the market for single-family homes and serving as a catalyst for further neighborhood improvements.
Three ONE Village projects – United North School Homes I and United North Schools Homes II and Crane's Landing – were selected for their proximity to early stage new school building projects and other projects spearheaded by United North, as well as the organization's demonstrated capacity to successfully complete large projects and the high likelihood of success.
UNITED NORTH SCHOOLS HOMES I:
The 24 homes comprising United North Schools Homes I includes the neighborhoods surrounding the new Sherman and Spring Elementary School buildings.
UNITED NORTH SCHOOLS HOMES II:
The 24 homes comprising United North Schools Homes II includes the neighborhoods surrounding the new Sherman and Chase Elementary School buildings, as well as the new Woodward High School.
This senior housing development project includes a two-story, 40-unit, elevator-equipped building that provides 20 one-bedroom and 20 two-bedroom units. It is United North's first housing project targeting seniors age 55 and older.
Brand new homes, new families, new schools, new neighborhoods – the New Schools New Neighborhoods initiative continues to help us revitalize our neighborhoods.