May 06, 2021
Hey, I'm Erin staff accountant for NCCH. As the accountant, I have become very familiar with our properties. I think I could list all 200 of them (street numbers included) strictly from memory. Some of my NCCH teammates wonder if I actually work since the piles in my office just seem to get bigger and bigger. I promise I do! But I will admit that I day dream occasionally.
Given my quirky history (I’m a creative accountant, but luckily for NCCH I express my creativity outside of accounting), I’m sure many then question what I think about during the day. Well, I came up with a fun idea that will help shed some light on my thoughts and help some of the newer employees, friends of NCCH and even our donors get to know our NCCH properties. It’s a win-win!
Whenever I am entering bills for properties, their names often trigger thoughts and memories of people, places, and things.
First up is the Broadways! We have 4 properties on Broadway Avenue. Whenever I read these properties, I think of Broadway in New York City. A couple of fun facts. Broadway refers to the theatrical performances performed in 41 professional theatres (each with 500 or more seats) located in the Theater District and the Lincoln Center along Broadway, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Supposedly Playhouse Square, in Cleveland, is the largest performing arts center in the US outside of New York City.
Anyways back to what is important… NCCH homes! One of the properties on Broadway is located in Bedford and has a maximum capacity of 4 tenants. It is owned by the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD) and NCCH manages it. Managing it means NCCH is responsible for paying expenses related to this house, maintenance upkeep and landscaping services, and then the CCBDD reimburses NCCH for those expenses. The CCBDD has contracted NCCH to manage 16 of their homes.
The second property on Broadway, is our office headquarters which includes an office building and a NCCH Accessible Homes' storage building.
The storage builidng used to be a bar when NCCH bought the property. NCCH allowed the bar to operate for a couple of years, but eventually had them move out and it was then turned into a storage area. Click here for more information on what NCCH Accessible Homes does.
Hope you enjoed the first "Get to Know NCCH Properties" with Erin Mog. See you again soon!Back to Blog