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New Civic Park Apartments going up

Work is coming along on phase one of the redevelopment of the Civic Park Apartments in the West End neighborhood.

Construction on phase one began last year and should be finished sometime this summer. There will be 80 units in the first phase and 90 units in the second. The site is along Standish Street and Brenner Avenue.

The development, a partnership between Laurel Street Residential of Charlotte and the Salisbury Housing Authority, will have mixed-income apartments with one, two, three and four bedrooms and townhouses with two and three bedrooms. There will also be playgrounds, a community building and walking paths at the apartments.

The site is owned by the Salisbury Housing Authority.

All of the planned construction should be completed sometime in 2016.

 

 

 

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