ABOUT THE HERITAGE HOME PROGRAM

OUR STORY

The Cleveland Restoration Society (CRS) is a 501 (c) (3) private non-profit organization that was founded in 1972.  CRS operated on a volunteer basis until 1987, when it hired its first professional full-time staff member.  In the intervening decades, CRS has grown into a vibrant organization with an operating budget over $1 million, an engaged board of trustees, a headquarters on Prospect Avenue in Cleveland, and a staff of professionals offering historic preservation programs and expertise throughout Greater Cleveland. CRS is a member of the National Preservation Partners Network.

In 1992, the Cleveland Restoration Society launched a housing rehabilitation program in two City of Cleveland neighborhoods - one east, one west.

In 2001, the program expanded into other areas in the region as the Heritage Home Program. The Heritage Home Program partners with Cuyahoga County and the Treasurer of State of Ohio to "buy down" the interest rate in order to make home rehab more affordable.

Façade, the magazine of the Cleveland Restoration Society spotlighted the Heritage Home Program in 2017 to celebrate 25 years of HHP helping homeowners! To read more about the program, check out Façade 99

OUR STATS

15,000+ SITE VISITS
22,000+ TECHNICAL ASSISTS
1,900+ LOANS SIGNED AT $77 MILLION+

OUR STAFF

Jessica Beam

Heritage Home Program Manager

Abigail Enicke

Heritage Home Program Associate

Linda Barbero

Heritage Home Program Associate

Regina Anderson

Heritage Home Program Assistant

Lamar McCornell

Heritage Home Program Assistant

Dean Pavlik

Construction Manager

Greg Malenda

Construction Specialist

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY

Cleveland Foundation
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Ohio Arts Council