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ERS + Scheper Ridge: Honoring One of Its Own

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 03/08/2019 by @CincinnatiPR

Scheper Ridge foto by Andy Hemmer PR

Press Release PDF: ERS to build Scheper Ridge new Affordable LIving for Seniors Retirement Community Press Contact Andy Hemmer PR

ERS + Scheper Ridge:

Honoring One Of Its Own

Episcopal Retirement Services to build new $9.1M Affordable Living for Seniors by ERS retirement community in Florence, named after longtime CFO Paul Scheper.

Scheper Ridge in Business Courier PR by Andy Hemmer

Scheper Ridge marks the first ERS community in Northern Kentucky, 30th for the company.

Construction to begin in early 2020 for 48 single- and two-bedroom suites off U.S. 42.

Suburban, wooded site straddles booming Boone County region near Union.

Named after recently retired ERS exec Paul Scheper, longtime CFO who was essential to ERS growth.

[FLORENCE, Kentucky ~ March 8, 2019] Milestones abound as regional powerhouse ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) unveils plans for Scheper Ridge, a new, $9.1 million Affordable Living by ERS community in the heart of Florence, offering 48 new homes for low-income seniors.

ERS is proud to announce our 30th retirement community, and to welcome Scheper Ridge as an official member of the ERS family,” said ERS President and CEO Laura Lamb.

And what an opportunity to further the mission of ERS, than through the legacy of Paul Scheper, whose skills, intelligence and experience have helped guide ERS for almost four decades along this incredible journey.”

Paul Scheper is a beloved and recently retired ERS executive who devoted 36 years to ERS, its seniors and the families served by ERS.

Scheper was an instrumental and inspired leader, essential to the recent growth and expansion of ERS, which has blossomed from a single Cincinnati-area retirement community to a regional network.

ERS is now comprised of 27 Affordable Living for Seniors by ERS communities and three premium retirement communities such as Deupree House and Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community in Hyde Park (Cincinnati) and Episcopal Church Home (Louisville).

By the numbers, Scheper Ridge represents a momentous occasion for ERS, active throughout Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana:

  • the third new ERS community in Kentucky, and the first in Northern Kentucky;
  • the 27th #AffordableLiving for Seniors (ALS) community by ERS;
  • the first ALS community by ERS since Mr. Scheper retired last year.

Scheper Ridge will be developed by a partnership between ALS by ERS and The Model Group. The architect is ATA-Beilharz. The community is designed for 29 single-bedroom homes and 19 two-bedroom suites.

At Scheper Ridge, ERS is accompanied by many of its traditional partners and professional colleagues, such as Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH), the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB), Kentucky Housing Corp., Huntington Bank, and The Model Group.

Scheper Ridge is being financed by $748,800 in 2019 LIHTC tax credits from the New Supply Urban Pool, which will result in annual allocations for 10 years. Kentucky Housing Corp. awarded $300,000 in Affordable Housing Trust funds and $200,000 in HOME Funds. The FHLB provided a $749,999 grant, and an additional grant was provided by the Lutheran Benevolent Society.

ERS Contact:

Bryan Reynolds, ERS Vice President of PR and Marketing

(513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

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Cincy Vice Mayor David Mann scheduled to speak at Knowlton Place in Northside grand opening on Monday, Sept. 25, at 1 p.m.: Affordable Living for Seniors by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services)

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , on 09/24/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

 

Media Alert – Cincy Vice Mayor David Mann to speak at Knowlton Place in Northside grand opening Sept. 25 – Affordable Living for Seniors from ERS of Cincinnati

Media Alert from Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) – For Immediate Release:

Cincy Vice Mayor David Mann helps ERS unveil Knowlton Place in Northside on Monday, new Affordable Living Community from Episcopal Retirement Services of Cincinnati

WHO:
Cincinnati Mayor David Mann as well as Stakeholders, Officials and Friends of Affordable Living by ERS (owned, operated by Episcopal Retirement Services)

WHAT:
Grand Opening of Knowlton Place Affordable Living for Seniors, owned and operated by Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) of Cincinnati ~ Interviews, Photos Opps available with Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann and officials from ERS

WHEN:
1 p.m. – Monday, Sept. 25, 2017

WHERE:
1465 Knowlton Street, Cincinnati, OH 45223 (Northside)

ERS Contact:
Mr. Bryan Reynolds, ERS Director of Integrated Marketing (513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

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Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann to speak at Knowlton Place grand opening on Monday September 25 1 pm Affordable Living for Seniors by ERS

 

WALNUT COURT GRAND RE-OPENING 11 a.m. TOMORROW (Tuesday, August 30, 2016), Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA: Affordable Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) unveils new Affordable Living for Seniors Community

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 08/29/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

Walnut Court – Here Comes the Neighborhood – Grand Re-Opening stars Affordable Living by ERS – 8.29.16 Press Release

Walnut Court: Here Comes the Neighborhood

Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann, development team from Affordable Living by ERS, unveil newly renovated $7.6M Walnut Court senior apartments tomorrow

Grand Reopening Celebration set for 11 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, August 30, 2016.

Walnut Court: 30 newly renovated apartments for lower-income seniors in Cincinnati.

Historic Cincinnati neighborhood of Walnut Hills continues development trajectory.

[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ August 29, 2016] The rebirth of Cincinnati’s urban core is getting a $7.6 million long-term solution for a dire need – affordable housing for low-income seniors – at a Walnut Hills apartment complex.

The celebration of Walnut Court (www.walnutcourtcincinnati.com) begins with the grand reopening tomorrow, with stakeholders including Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), The Model Group, the City of Cincinnati, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH), the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA), Newbar Design Group, Huntington National Bank and Red Capital Group attending.

The renovations needed to bring Walnut Court up-to-code and up to Affordable Living by ERS standards – ERS is the project developer – took a little less than a year to accomplish.

Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann is scheduled to make remarks at tomorrow’s event at the site, 1020 Chapel St., located minutes from Downtown and just off of Gilbert Avenue.

We are pleased to bring safe, affordable, community living for seniors to Walnut Hills,” said Kathy Ison-Lind, ERS Vice President of Affordable Housing and In-Home Services.

Seniors facing financial challenges should have access to high-quality communities with services to help keep them living well and thriving.”

WHAT’S GOOD FOR OTR IS GREAT FOR WALNUT HILLS; CONTINUING THE MOMENTUM

How popular has the project become between the partners?

OHFA saw such tremendous value in the Walnut Court project that the agency made available additional funding that permitted a more complete renovation than the original budget originally had allowed.

Affordable Living by ERS believes that older adults should live with dignity and comfort in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment, no matter what their financial situation.

Operating a portfolio of more than two dozen senior communities throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, ERS is proud to offer affordable senior living communities that provide a variety of options and services not often found in communities for seniors with limited incomes.

Services such as transportation, social services and even light healthcare are offered so seniors can age in place as successfully as possible.

Walnut Court offers 21 one-bedroom and nine two-bedroom apartments for qualified residents who meet income requirements for age 62 or older; or 18 and older with a mobility disability.

Contact:

Bryan Reynolds, Director of Integrated Marketing (513) 979-2238 breynolds@erslife.org

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#30SecondsinCincinnati starring Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), Affordable Living by ERS, and Hal Keller with The Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) at Marlowe Court groundbreaking #DiscoverCollegeHill ~~ http://www.episcopalretirement.com

Posted in @30SecondsCincy, Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , on 07/26/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

@30SecondsCincy starring Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley at ERS groundbreaking for Marlowe Court, courtesy Affordable Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) ~ College Hill Business District ~~ #DiscoverCollegeHill

Posted in @30SecondsCincy, Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 07/13/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

MEDIA ALERT: #Cincinnati Mayor @JohnCranley scheduled to attend today’s groundbreaking (Monday 7.11.16 at 13:15) for Marlowe Court, courtesy College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corp. (CHCURC), Affordable Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) and The Model Group: new mixed-use anchor for College Hill Business District ~~ http://www.episcopalretirement.com #DiscoverCollegeHill

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , on 07/11/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

Cincinnati Mayor @JohnCranley to Attend, Make Remarks at 1:15 p.m. today (Mon. 7.11.16)

Cincinnati Business Courier storyhttp://bit.ly/ERSMarloweCourtBizCourier

Cincinnati Enquirer storyhttp://bit.ly/ERSMarloweCourtEnquirer

WLWT Channel 5 (NBC) storyhttp://bit.ly/ERSMarloweCourtWLWTChannel5

WHO:
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley
Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) of Cincinnati, specifically Affordable Living by ERS

College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corp. (CHCURC)

College Hill community representatives

The Model Group, Cincinnati

WHAT:
groundbreaking for “Marlowe Court,” new anchor for College Hill Business District ~ Marlowe Avenue and Hamilton Avenue

WHEN:
1:15 p.m. TODAY (Monday, July 11, 2016)
INTERVIEWS WITH OFFICIALS AVAILABLE ON-SITE 1 p.m. AND AFTER EVENT

13:15 groundbreaking today for Marlowe Court led by Affordable Living fby ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) http://www.episcopalretirement.com

MAYOR CRANLEY EXPECTED: 13:15 groundbreaking today for Marlowe Court led by Affordable Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) http://www.episcopalretirement.com ~~ CORNER OF HAMILTON AVENUE AND MARLOWE AVENUE, COLLEGE HILL CINCINNATUS USA

WHERE:
1610 Marlowe Avenue, corner of Marlowe Ave. and Hamilton Ave., College Hill

WHY:
Mixed-Use development rising in the center of the College Hill Business District, Marlowe Court will feature 53 living spaces brought to Greater Cincinnati by Affordable Living by ERS, a division of Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS)

Media Contact: andy@andyhemmer.com
(513) 604-5428

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Hal Keller, president of the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, at Marlowe Court groundbreaking (FULL COMMENTS)

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