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The council action brings the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency's total loan commitment for the Curtis Park Court Apartments to $4 million. The three-story building totaling 96,030 square feet is to be built on approximately 2 acres of
Hillcrest Drive was further proof that the power still belongs to the people in Thousand Oaks...After an impressiveand down-right doggedfour-month campaign of calls, emails, letters and (this week) lawn signs, residents living along the Hillcrest
A downtown senior apartment complex has been given the go-ahead by a divided City Council, despite reservations about parking and pedestrian safety on the heavily used thoroughfare in front of the site. "We're getting something in what is now
There are many catagories of assistance to low income seniors, depending on our incomes to assist us to find appropriate housing. However in my experience with these apartments I have some concerns that our politicans need to address.
A shift to an older, frailer and poorer tenant population at a planned affordable senior apartment complex drew criticism from city leaders and residents Wednesday, who believed the project would draw active residents with money to spend downtown.
Raymond Moreno spoke haltingly, in a quiet, emotion-charged voice. "I won't go into a lot of details about my background, or where I came from," he said. "I'll just say it was a lot harder being homeless. I'm so grateful for the opportunity to live
Supporters and opponents of a proposed senior apartment complex got their say at a public hearing Monday night before the advisory Grayslake zoning board of appeals. Mercy Housing Lakefront of Chicago wants an amendment to a special-use permit to
The last place a senior citizen wants to move to is an apartment where there's any chance of being attacked in a place where there's no escape, such as an elevator in an apartment complex built for seniors. If you're organizing tenants,
The conversion of a vacant office on North Mollison Avenue into senior apartments has been approved by the El Cajon City Council. The council Tuesday night approved a change in city plans to allow converting the 4,182-square-foot second-story space