Feds say area housing units don’t meet disability rules. Here’s where they are.

A federal lawsuit accuses Ohio-based builder Miller-Valentine of failing to design and construct housing units and other facilities accessible to people with disabilities.

The Department of Justice press release cited Miller-Valentine and associated companies that built 82 multi-family complexes in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia.

FIRST REPORT: Feds sue Miller-Valentine

About two-thirds of the complexes are in Ohio and, of those 55, about half are in southwest Ohio.

A look at the list of places included in the lawsuit:


Aspen Grove Apartments, Middletown

Bent Tree Apartments I, Piqua

Bent Tree Apartments II, Piqua

Breckenridge Apartments, Findlay

Bridge Street Landing, Chillicothe

Brookdale Trillium Crossing, Columbus

Brookstone Apartments, Bellefontaine

Carriage Trails Senior Villas, Huber Heights

Cedar Trail, Bellbrook

Cedar Wood Apartments, Mansfield

Cobblegate Square Apartments, Moraine

Deerfield Crossing, Lebanon

Eagles Point Apartments, Kenton

Faith Community Housing, Crestline

Fox Run, Trotwood

Glen Arbors Apartments, Napoleon

Harbour Cove Apartments, Cincinnati

Harmony Senior Village, Williamsburg

Holly Hills Apartments, Jackson

Hoover Place, Dayton

Hunter’s Oak Apartments, Greenville

Indian Trace I, Oxford

Indian Trace II, Oxford

Lake Towne Senior, Walbridge

Lofts at Hoover, Dayton

Lofts at One West High Street, Oxford

Lyons Place I, Dayton

Lyons Place II, Dayton

Mallard Glen, Amelia

Mallard Landing, Marion

Meadow Creek Apartments, Bryan

Meadow View South, Springboro

Oak Wood Apartments, Lexington

Pheasant Run Senior, Dayton

Pine Ridge, Logan

Quail Run Apartments, Van Wert

Queen Esther’s Village, Canton

Riverside Landing at Delaware Place, Delaware

Riverview Bluffs, New Richmond

Sandhurst, Zanesville

Scioto Woods I, Chillicothe

Scioto Woods II, Chillicothe

Siena Village Senior Living, Dayton

St. Bernard Commons, St. Bernard

St. Rita’s Senior Housing, Garfield Heights

Stone Creek Apartments, Moraine

Sycamore Creek Apartments, Sidney

Timber Glen II, Batavia

Timber Ridge Apartments, Dayton

Timberlake Apartments, Vandalia

Walnut Run Senior Villas, Cortland

Waterstone Landing, Perrysburg

Whitehouse Square Senior Villas, Whitehouse

Wind Ridge Apartments, Tipp City

Windsor Place, Beavercreek

Wright Place Apartments, Xenia

Other states:


Twin Lakes Senior Villas, Rantoul, IL


Honey Creek, Greenwood, IN

Mill Pond, Muncie, IN

Summit Pointe, Lawrenceburg, IN

Waterbury Apartments, Decatur, IN


Meadow Vista Senior Villas, Altoona, IA


Galena Estates, Galena, KS


Weaver Farm Apartments, Florence, KY


Hampshire Landing, Joplin, MO

North Carolina

Madison Place Senior, Gastonia, NC

Pinecrest Apartments, Walkertown, NC

River Crossing, Charlotte, NC

The Enclave at Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem, NC

The Landings at Steele Creek I, Charlotte, NC

The Landings at Steele Creek II, Charlotte, NC

Twin Cedars I, Hickory, NC

Twin Cedars II, Hickory, NC

Villas at Twin Cedars, Hickory, NC


Fairway Breeze Apartments, El Reno, OK

Reserve at Spencer, Spencer, OK


Allegheny Pointe, Apollo, PA

Walkers Ridge Apartments, Greensburg, PA


Gallatin Park Apartments, Gallatin, TX

Oak Ridge Apartments, Nolanville, TX

Silversage Point at Western Center, Fort Worth, TX

West Virginia

Reserve at Oak Spring, Clarksburg, WV


Federal authorities said anyone with information about the inaccessible conditions at Miller-Valentine properties can call the Dept. of Justice at (800) 896-7743 and follow the prompts to mailbox number 9996, or e-mail fairhousing@usdoj.gov

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