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Atlanta Civic Circle Housing Affordability

Before renovations, residents of “uninhabitable” Southside complex to be relocated

The new owner of a dilapidated apartment complex on Atlanta’s southside is gearing up to relocate its tenants so construction crews can begin bringing the community up to livable standards.

For years, tenants at the Forest Cove apartments lived in what they called “uninhabitable” conditions, sharing space with rats, roaches and mold. In late April, however, the complex’s property manager, Millennia Housing Management (MHM), purchased the 396-unit development with plans to revive it to the tune of some $40 million — a more than $100,000-per-apartment renovation.

Read the full story on Atlanta Civic Circle.

1 Comment

  1. AbbyRoad89 July 9, 2021 6:26 pm

    Yeah…. OKAY! MHM is in trouble for mold, rats, bugs, people being killed on their property. This is funny!Report


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