INDIANA — The Glick Housing Foundation has purchased seven affordable housing properties, including six purchased from Community Reinvestment Foundation. The purchase price was undisclosed. The newly acquired assets are located in New Albany, Bedford, Shelbyville, Bloomington, Lebanon and Indianapolis. Each property is designated as affordable housing under Section 8, a federally funded rental assistance program, or another recognized program.
Glick Philanthropies will commit additional funds as part of the transaction to ensure that the properties are well maintained. Glick will employ a service coordinator at each property who will assist residents in navigating community services. According to Glick, the acquisition is the largest in the history of the foundation and one of the largest in the state of Indiana for 2021. Glick’s portfolio now includes 42 not-for-profit affordable housing properties with nearly 7,000 units, including more than 3,700 units in Indiana.