Gardenia Gardens Receives Money Towards Renovations
GAINESVILLE- After 6 applications to the department of Housing and Urban Development, owners of Gardenia Gardens were ready today for the ribbon cutting ceremony that stands for progress in northeast Gainesville
The revamping of the property is possible because of a grant with the department of housing and urban development worth more than 13 million dollars.
Gainesville residents are expected Rev. Dr. N Lamonte Newsome says that the mission of Gardenia Gardens still is the same after all these years
“To continue to develop and provide safe and low and affordable housing in the city of Gainesville, to persons who come into Gainesville into Gardenia Gardens our concept is that they come in not necessarily to stay, but as a transition point to move into their own home ownership.”
The renovation is scheduled to take place in phases of two buildings at a time.
Project managers expect the entire complex to be complete in December.
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