Terrace Place

Terrace Place, Community Housing Network's is a permanent supportive housing development, it will create homes for 60 formerly homeless individuals or individuals who are at risk of homelessness as a result of mental health or physical disabilities. Terrace Place will be located at 81-99 E. Ninth Avenue in Columbus' Weinland Park neighborhood and will be part of the 7-acre South Gateway II redevelopment, facilitated by Campus Partners for Urban Redevelopment. Also within the redevelopment area is CHN's 1494 N. High Street, which will be demolished in favor of a mixed-use development on High Street, developed by the Edwards Communities.

CHN will relocate the 36 N. High Street residents to Terrace Place once the 13-month new construction project is completed. Terrace Place will be home not only to the 36 residents of 1494 N. High Street, but will expand CHN's presence in Weinland Park by 24 additional units. The 

Terrace Place

new development provides Terrace Place residents access to large and modern community spaces that will provide a platform for the services needed to support our residents and increase housing retention.

Terrace Place will provide office space to The Ohio State University Extension offices, which will increase the availability of employment and financial counseling services offered to both Terrace Place and Weinland Park residents.

CHN has owned 1494 N. High Street since 2000. The supportive housing facility houses formerly homeless individuals disabled by mental illness, substance addiction or dual diagnosis. Housing is linked to social, health and employment training services.


Units: 60

Commencement: Fall 2015 

Completion: Winter 2016


  • Activity room
  • Community kitchen

  • Close proximity to shopping, a park, a library, safety services, public transportation and employment opportunities 



Community Housing Network and its partners would like to thank the following organizations for their funding and support of this project:

  • Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County

  • Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County

  • City of Columbus

  • Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

  • Community Shelter Board, Rebuilding Lives Funder Collaborative

  • Franklin County Commissioners

  • Huntington National Bank

  • Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing

  • Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

  • Ohio Housing Finance Agency

  • Redstone Group, LLC

  • The Arlington Bank

  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development