Superintendent Gregory Thornton were among several elected officials, community leaders, educators and business persons who broke ground to begin construction on the Sherman Park Senior Living Community. The new senior Living Community will reuse the vacand Jackie Robinson Middle School building, turning it into a 68-unit affordable, independent living senior apartment community. The facility will contain on-site health and vocational training services, a 16 seat cinema, an existing historic theatere, a community center, business center and fitness center. The cost will be $14 million. WHEDA will provide affordable housing tax credits to the project. (Photo by Yvonne Kemp)
February 18, 2014 //
By Erica L. Green and Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun Gregory E. Thornton, the super...
February 11, 2014 //
Dustin Weis - Public Relations Supervisor Milwaukee City Clerk & Common Council The...