Kicking off the Lease Up podcast – Liberty Bank Building
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Kicking off the Lease Up podcast

Kicking off the Lease Up podcast

Capitol Hill Housing CEO Chris Persons discusses the historic journey of the Liberty Bank Building on the newest installment of the Africatown Community Land Trust podcast The Lease Up.

Learn more about the history of Capitol Hill Housing, from its grassroots beginnings as the Stevens Neighborhood Housing Improvement ProgramĀ  in 1976, to its transformation into the Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program and a portfolio of about 1500 affordable apartments.

And hear directly from the players involved about the importance and process of creating community ownership opportunities for African American led community based organizations.

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