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WPB, RELATED URBAN TO HOST GEORGIAN GARDENS CEREMONIAL GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY
$21.5M project, partnership to address issue of affordable housing in City
WHO:                   Mayor Jeri Muoio, City of West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach City Commissioner Cory Neering, (District 2)
State Senator Bobby Powell, (District 30)
Albert Milo, Related Urban Group Principal and Senior V.P.
Representatives from HUD, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
WPB Dept. of Housing and Community Development (HCD) Dir. Armando Fana
 
WHAT:                 Ceremonial Groundbreaking Ceremony for Georgian Gardens Apartments
WHERE:               Georgian Gardens Apartments; 4330 Community Drive, West Palm Beach
WHEN:                 Wednesday, October 3, 2018; 10:00 a.m.
ABOUT:                The City of West Palm Beach and Related Urban will host a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for Georgian Gardens Apartments, an affordable housing project for seniors.
Related Urban is developing a $21.5M, 87-unit, housing project located at 4330 Community Drive in the City of West Palm Beach. The City, through its HCD Department, has contributed $607,500 in federal program funds toward its development. The four-story building located on 2.73-acres is expected to be completed in December 2019. The project was designed by Modis Architects. This new development is one way that the City is partnering with the community to address the issue of affordable housing in the City. The project will feature rental apartments for seniors. 
Georgian Gardens was originally developed as two phases of senior apartments in the mid-1990s. However, the first phase of Georgian Gardens was destroyed after being hit by hurricanes in 2004 and 2005.
The City of West Palm Beach HCD Department strives to improve the quality of life of City residents through the development of housing, social and economic opportunities.
The City of West Palm Beach partners with our communities to preserve and enhance quality of life through an extraordinary focus on service. West Palm Beach is a vibrant, resilient, inclusive and safe world-class city.