November 15, 2023
PORT CLINTON, OH — United Church Homes has announced in a press release the acquisition of Ohio Living’s Vineyard on Catawba in this city on the southwestern shore of Lake Erie, roughly equidistant from both Cleveland, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan. As part of this acquisition, the community has been rebranded as The Parkvue Community on Catawba Island; the new name draws inspiration from the United Church Homes-owned The Parkvue Community, which is 20 miles away in Sandusky, Ohio.
The Parkvue Community on Catawba Island is a premier senior living destination comprised of 40 low-income housing tax credit (LITHC) apartment homes, 10 independent-living condos, and 12 assisted-living apartments situated on 57 acres in the coastal community of Catawba Island.
“We are thrilled to welcome The Parkvue Community on Catawba Island into the United Church Homes family,” said CEO Rev. Dr. Kenneth Daniel. “This strategic expansion enhances our mission to provide vibrant, supportive living environments for older adults. We are dedicated to upholding the strong legacy of care and community that has been established in this beautiful coastal location.”
For more than 100 years, United Church Homes has been committed to providing quality housing and services to older adults. Today, UCH serves more than 7,000 residents in its more than 90 owned-and-managed market-rate and affordable-housing communities in 15 states and two Native American nations.