Be it a collage of pictures, plants, a colourful curtain that acts as a divider, bright colours will improve the vibe of your house considerably. Adding colourful accessories is also a clever way to create a visual distraction from the
The Denton Police Department responded to a shooting around 10:30 p.m. Sept. 28 in the 2600 block of Mingo Road. Several callers reported hearing seven to eight gunshots fired and officers found several shell casings in the parking lot. The report says they also found blood at the scene.
A woman was later dropped off at a local hospital with a gunshot wound. Marcus Danta Smith was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
700 block of East Sherman Drive — Two unknown burglars broke into a smoke shop early Thursday and took vapor juice, according to a police report.
Officers were dispatched after an alarm sounded off at Gigi’s Vapor and Smoke Shop around 5:22 a.m. The report says police reviewed surveillance footage and saw two suspects. One person threw a rock at the glass door, causing it to shatter.
Aeon, a nonprofit developer and operator in the Twin Cities; The Community Development Trust, a national investor in affordable housing; and Minnesota Housing closed the $42.5 million refinancing of Seasons Park Apartments in Richield, Minnesota
The 422-unit property is located a few miles from the Mall of America and the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The new plan will help preserve long-term affordability for more than 1,200 residents at a time when developers are increasingly buying these properties to convert them into market-rate housing.
“Preservation is a critical component to meet Minnesota’s need for homes that are affordable,” said James Lehnhoff, Assistant Commissioner of Multifamily at Minnesota Housing.
“Minnesota Housing is pleased to support Seasons Park with a first mortgage and flexible financing to complete capital improvements and to keep the property affordable for years to come,” Lehnhoff said.
Aeon and CDT initially partnered on the acquisition of Seasons Park
Byron Farrington loves to wear his black Stetson hat and cowboy boots. Now, for the first time in a long while, he’s got
DANVILLE, Va. (WDBJ) – An apartment complex in Danville will be named after City Council member and former Mayor Sherman M. Saunders, says the Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners.
The ten-unit complex is dedicated to housing people with disabilities and military veterans. The complex at 608 Upper Street will be named Sherman M. Saunders Court.
The complex will feature one- and two-bedroom apartments that are handicap-accessible. The restored building previously served as the Sledd Memorial Church and the Community Improvement Council Head Start Building.
Danville Mayor Alonzo Jones – who also serves on the board – said Saunders is a pillar of the community.
“I will never forget the words of Sherman Saunders when he stepped down four years ago as mayor of Danville after having served as mayor for more than eight years,” Jones recalled. “Sherman talked about how, for all of his life, he simply
- New York City apartment sales plunged in July, according to a report from the real-estate firm Douglas Elliman.
- But in neighboring suburbs, home sales are surging as wealthy New Yorkers seek greener pastures.
- For Connecticut — which has struggled to rebound even from the last recession — the migration could be a boon for its struggling finances.
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Only one Manhattan condo sold for more than $10 million in July, according to a new report, as many wealthy New Yorkers continue to flee the city for greener pastures.
Overall apartment sales fell 57% in July compared to the
Earlier this month, the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) released their rent-tracking data showing that as of August 6, 79.3% of apartment tenants had paid their rent. This is compared to 81.2% the same month in 2019 and an improvement over July 2020’s figure of 77.4%. Note that by the end of the month, all previous months this summer have jumped to just over 95% of tenants paying, which is comparable to 2019.
NMHC Chair David Schwartz had this to say about the recent data: “Over the past few months, apartment residents have largely been able to meet their housing obligations. In no small part, this is due to the enhanced unemployment benefits enacted under the CARES Act and significant steps by apartment owners and operators to help their residents. These unemployment benefits that have proven so important to so many households have now lapsed, meaning greater financial distress for
Smyrna’s Downtown Master Plan recommends widening Washington Street to two lanes that link to historic Depot District and add parks and trails.
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- The apartment development will kick start revitalization to historic downtown, official says
- Developer expects to be leasing apartments by September 2021
- Architecture will blend with nearby Depot District, developer says
- Apartments also near future Zama Park, which includes walking trail
SMYRNA — Crews recently started grading on South Lowry Street to prepare for the $50 million Alta Depot development of 308 apartments by the town’s historic district.
The Smyrna Town Council unanimously approved the zoning for this 18.6-acre project September 2019 in hopes the apartment complex will spark redevelopment to an older commercial area that’s also part of U.S. Highway 41. The apartments will be on the east side
PASSAIC —The City Council has approved a redevelopment plan meant to entice landlords to fix up the aging multi-family homes and apartments that once housed factory workers’ families.
The area under consideration includes most of the city’s downtown and extends to east of Route 21, known as the Eastside.
“This area has been the topic of many redevelopment discussions during my administration,” Mayor Hector Lora said. “It encompasses our oldest housing stock and lowest income areas.”
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The move fits with existing plans to revitalize crumbling factory buildings and redevelop Eastside lots left fallow when industries declined.
The decision to create a wide-ranging redevelopment zone of some 3,400 properties comes on the heels of a study conducted by the Newark-based Topology firm, which was commissioned by the council in January.
SAGINAW, MI — The city of Saginaw has condemned the White Deer Apartment complex and issued an order to vacate after a lengthy period of poor conditions, according to officials. The complex was home to about 30 residents, where some have lived for nearly 20 years.
On Thursday, July 16, hours before city officials completed their last inspection of the complex, U-Haul trucks and trailers hitched to pickup trucks rumbled through the grounds of the site as some were in the process of moving and others seemed to stay put.
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Rose Glass, 74, has lived at White Deer,1800 Beacon Drive, for 15 years. When she first moved in she remembers management and the apartments being what she describes as nice.
“It was so nice when I moved out here,” Glass said. “Everything was being taken care of – the