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CIHACook Inlet Housing Authority (Anchorage, AK)
CIHACherokee Indian Hospital Authority (Cherokee, NC)
CIHACanadian Inline Hockey Association
CIHACzech Ice Hockey Association
CIHACalifornia Indian Hobbyist Association
CIHACarolina Indian Heritage Association (South Carolina)
CIHACongenital Idiopathic Hemolytic Anemia
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Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA), an organization that has developed nineteen family and senior LIHTC housing communities in the Anchorage and Eagle River areas, has a longstanding relationship with R4 executives including five R4-funded transactions as well as ten previously partnered LIHTC properties.
She has also worked for Cook Inlet Housing Authority and Wells Fargo.
Cook Inlet Housing Authority, Its development partners, and members of the community celebrated the grand opening of Creekview Plaza 49, a unique development offering independent rental housing for active adults aged fifty-five and older and retail opportunities at the same site, In August.
Under Carol Gore's leadership the Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA) has made significant advances in providing quality, affordable housing for residents of Southcentral Alaska.
The partnership between AHFC and the Cook Inlet Housing Authority, which will manage the property, brought the whole project together.
The project developer is Cook Inlet Housing Authority.
The installation will be completed in 2015 for the Cook Inlet Housing Authority.
Cook Inlet Housing Authority started construction this year on a multi-phase housing project that will add single-family and multi-family housing in Anchorage's Mountain View neighborhood, with an eye toward brightening and revitalizing the area.
The Cook Inlet Housing Authority and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in Alaska have been selected to receive Brownfields grants totaling $750,000 from EPA to help assess and cleanup contamination in their communities.
Building the low-income housing units within the Mountain View community is part of a larger construction project steered by Cook Inlet Housing Authority to continue the revitalization of Mountain View.
The development, being built by Cook Inlet Housing Authority, will feature one- and two-bedroom units--some of which will have garages.
Under a joint venture with a partner contractor, they built the Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic in Anchorage, expanded the South Peninsula Hospital in Homer, and built Eklutna Estates, a 59-unit senior living facility for Cook Inlet Housing Authority in Anchorage.
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