Woda Management

Woda Management Builds over 7,000 Housing Units since 1990

About Woda Management

Established in 1990, Woda Management enjoys a positive reputation in the affordable housing industry for producing and managing more than 7,000 units in high-quality multi-family apartment complexes, senior communities, and single-family homes across 12 states. Woda Management employs knowledgeable and skilled professionals across the full spectrum of the housing development field, including developers, general contractors, and property managers. With the help of industry experts, the company expands its residential communities through the careful research and evaluation of new markets. Moreover, the company provides continual management for every complex it develops in order to ensure that properties are well maintained and residents are provided with informed and prompt customer service.

Woda Management has recently received significant recognition from respected publications and organizations. The Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing presented the company with its 2011 Award of Excellence in Affordable Housing. Builder Magazine ranked it as a 2012 Top Multifamily Builder. And finally, Affordable Housing Finance bestowed a 2012 Readers' Choice Award on the company.

Green Low-Income Housing Revolutionizes Housing Industry

Woda Group, Inc., of Westerville, Ohio, consists of contractors, property managers, and developers dedicated to constructing and maintaining affordable apartment, single-family and senior communities. Founded in 1990, the Woda Group is an innovator of green technology in affordable housing.

Across the United States, more homes, including low-income housing, are being built “green.” More contractors now realize that building green can be achieved easily, and buildings are being constructed with everything from better insulation to energy-efficient appliances and Energy Star-qualified light fixtures. For buyers and renters of low-income housing, the significant energy savings and lower energy bills are essential to their standard of living.

Green technology, in addition to reducing energy costs, has been shown to be an effective way to minimize construction costs. In fact, the recent demand for energy-efficient low-income housing has helped to foster state and federal government programs that provide tax incentives for companies that decide to “build green.”

Recent Woda Group and Woda Management Apartment Projects

Woda Management and Real Estate, LLC, maintains and oversees more than 190 properties in several states. Woda Management is part of the Woda Group, LLC, which also includes development and construction divisions. Recently completed projects include the Barton Greene Senior Community in Greeneville, Tennessee, a 50-unit, two-story project in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The community includes a number of shared amenities, including a library and a large community space. In addition, all units provide residents with a balcony or their own private porch.

Another project involves the ongoing transformation of a more-than-century-old middle school in Washington Court House, Ohio, into an apartment building. The large building became vacant five years ago, when a new high school and middle school were constructed. Working in tandem with the Community Action Commission of Fayette County, the Woda team has converted classrooms into residential units, while striving to preserve the historic look and feel of the building. The finished project will encompass 35 units, as well as a community laundry and children’s play rooms.

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