The Salvation Army
|Location||Hayden Avenue and Doan Avenue; East Cleveland|
|Project Type||Community facility; New construction|
|Program||31,000 SF Community center|
|Sponsor||The Salvation Army|
|CDA Investment||$10 million NMTC allocation and $1 million Ohio NMTC|
|Total Project Costs||$36.2 million|
|Community Demographics||Poverty Rate: 33.2%
Median Income: 45.5%
Unemployment Rate: 10.5%
The four sites are expected to create 28 FTE jobs.
Goods or Services to Low Income Communities
The four facilities will provide homeless services, hunger relief and support services, direct emergency assistance, drug/alcohol treatment, workforce development, education and mental health/counseling services.
Healthy Food Financing
The facilities will provide food pantries, daily meals and home meal delivery to the homebound. All four locations are considered a second tier food desert.
Diversity and Inclusion
The project sponsor committed to construction participation goals for Minority, Female, and Cleveland Small Businesses (MBE/FBE/CSB) as well as minority, female and City of Cleveland resident workers.
Environmentally Sustainable Outcomes
The projects will incorporate a number of sustainable design features.
Executed Community Benefits Agreement
The project sponsor has committed to quantifiable community impacts by executing a Community Benefits Agreement.