CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Mount Pleasant and Union-Miles neighborhoods have seen better days, but some believe better days are coming.
Cuyahoga County Land Bank Charities this summer announced its plan to build or rehab hundreds of houses in Mount Pleasant, a much-needed boost for the area.
Over the next three years, this project, which is in partnership with Habitat for Humanity and the St. Luke’s Foundation, is set to construct 55 new homes, 15 of which will be in Mount Pleasant. Another 79 homes will be extensively rehabbed or receive repairs. (Buckeye is also included in the project.)
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