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Preservation and Innovation
The Grant and Lincoln Schools were in use until the Oskaloosa School District consolidated elementary schools in 2003. In March 2008, after four years of project planning, Community Housing Initiatives (CHI) was awarded funds to convert the two schools to 30 units of affordable rental housing. The project included a multi-layered funding plan, which included funding from state and federal historic preservation tax credits, the Oskaloosa Housing Trust Fund, Iowa Department of Economic Development, Iowa Finance Authority, Midwest Housing Equity Group, and Northwest Bank. The long range impact included preservation of architectural landscapes, 30 additional affordable rental housing units, an infill of housing in walkable neighborhoods, and  increased energy efficiency in both buildings.
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