CityScapes at Mills of Carthage
When the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, decided to revitalize the neighborhood known as Carthage by relocating an industrial plant, it chose to redevelop the site with new, affordable housing. However, like countless other cities across the nation, it faced a major dilemma. Local homebuilders were either unable or unwilling to build homes on the site that met the pricing and architectural guidelines established by city officials.
That’s when the manufactured and modular housing industry stepped forward to show city leaders how today’s factory-built homes can deliver quality, affordable homes that are aesthetically compatible with urban and suburban neighborhoods. The result is CityScapes at the Mills of Carthage, the first new housing development in the Carthage neighborhood in 40 years, developed by Cincinnati-based Potterhill Homes.