Housing Management

The CAO's Housing Management Department provides affordable high quality housing for those in need.

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Project Description

Housing Management

The CAO’s Housing Management Department provides affordable high-quality housing for those in need.

In 2003, Ironton-Lawrence County CAO received management responsibilities for rental housing projects it helped build through the Community Development Department. Thus the Housing Management Department came into being. The CAO Housing Management Department consists of 274 apartments in several complexes across the county, Storms Creek, 10th Street, Park Avenue Apartments, Riverview Apartments, Proctor’s Landing, Winter Rose, Sybene, and other CAO properties. Some of the complexes are operated under the Low Income Housing Tax Credit service (LIHTC), which issues guidelines for rent restrictions and income limits mandated by the IRS and HUD. The properties are monitored and audited by Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) and Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA). Each complex has its own distinct qualities.

Storms Creek Apartment Complex

Storms Creek is located at 1505 Lawrence Street and is comprised of 50 units with two and three bedrooms available. These are newly constructed apartments with the following provided: attached storage units, air-conditioning, carpeting, range, and refrigerator. A basketball court and children’s playground along with privacy fencing are recent additions to the complex. This is in a peaceful country setting only minutes from downtown Ironton.

Storms Creek Apartment Complex

1505 Lawrence Street Ironton, OH 45638
Phone: 740-534-0375 Fax: 740-534-0379

Ron Henderson, Director

rhenderson@ilcao.org
Phone: 740-534-0375
Fax: 740-534-0379

OPERATING HOURS

MONDAY – FRIDAY 8AM – 4:30PM

OFFICE LOCATION

10th Street Apartment Complex

10th Street Apartments consists of five buildings in four locations. This complex has 31 total units with one, two, and three bedrooms available.

10th Street Apartment Complex

412 S. 9th Street | 511 & 615 S. 10th Street
507-511 1/2 Washington Street | Ironton, OH 45638

Park Avenue Apartment Complex

Park Avenue is another historic building renovation which was placed on the National Register of historic places in 1999. Originally constructed in 1919, this now houses 50 apartments for senior residents. The complex is located in the heart of downtown Ironton and has one and two bedroom units on the 3rd thru 7th floors. The second floor is the home of the Ironton Senior Center which provides activities and meals to residents and other seniors.

Park Avenue Apartment Complex

202 Park Avenue Ironton, OH 45638

Roosevelt Apartment Complex

The Roosevelt building, located at 321 South 5th Street, is a beautiful historic renovation of one and two bedrooms just blocks from downtown.

Roosevelt Apartment Complex

321 South 5th Street Ironton, OH 45638

Riverview Apartment Complex

Riverview Apartments consists of 42 apartments. They are two and three bedroom apartments with attached storage units, air-conditioning, carpeting, range, and refrigerator. The seven-building complex is situated in a beautiful, quiet, and peaceful location, yet conveniently close to schools and shopping. The CAO has provided quality housing at affordable rates in renovated and newly constructed units to the residents of Ironton and Lawrence County.

Riverview Apartment Complex

784 County Road 411 Proctorville, OH 45669

Proctors Landing Senior Living –  Proctorville, Ohio

This three floor 56 affordable unit facility houses seniors 55 years and older.  It is comprised of one and two spacious, energy efficient bedroom apartments.  There is a large community room for activities or just a place to sit and talk with friends and neighbors around the large fire place.  The community room also has a kitchenette for special occasion meals and events.  Leaving the community room onto the patio area is another place to sit and enjoy the great outdoors.  Here residents can enjoy time sitting together listening to the birds and watching their gardens grow in the raised bed garden space for the residents.  Should residents want to leave their homes for some shopping, there will be public transportation to pick them up at the front door and of course plenty of parking for their own vehicles.