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In this Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015 photo, builder Janez Bratkovic prepares to put in a header on a new home construction in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
Tony Dejak / Associated Press

Columbus City Council wants to create new affordable housing development opportunities on the city’s Far East Side.

The latest sustainability study from RENTCafé finds Cincinnati leads the Buckeye State when it comes to the number of green apartments. Eco-friendly rentals in Cincinnati total 3,600.

Bill Keller has lived for nine years in Courtyard Estates, a Clintonville mobile home community that's under threat of being developed into apartments.
Adora Namigadde / WOSU

The entrance to mobile home community Courtyard Estates is tucked off a discreet alleyway adjacent to Leland Avenue in Clintonville. More than 60 senior citizens call this trailer park home; some have been here for decades.

Clare Roth / WOSU

Tyvek homewrap flaps over the unfinished wooden beams of the Luxe Belle, as a sign proclaims "Now Leasing." Another sign entices the first 20 renters with free Taco Bell for a year, a tie-in with the fast-food chain that will occupy the mixed-use development’s first floor.