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Atlanta Civic Circle Housing Affordability

“Pathetic and despicable”: Conditions at southside apartment complex underscore need for renovation

Windows are boarded up, even though people still live at the Forest Cove apartments. (Credit: Google Maps)

Tenants at a public housing community on Atlanta’s southside are begging for the property owner to fix up the virtually uninhabitable complex.

Millennia Housing Management (MHM), which owns the Forest Cove apartments, told Atlanta Civic Circle this week that help is on the way, but residents say it’s not coming fast enough.

After years of teasing a purchase, MHM, the one-time property manager, purchased the complex from Global Ministries Foundation in April, promising to revive the community to the tune of more than $100,000 per unit and relocate residents during the renovation.

Read the full story on Atlanta Civic Circle.


  1. Saddieya October 1, 2021 5:17 am

    How can anyone that’s living free complain bout anything and not only that get a utility check help were live at stay clean inspite of.Report

  2. Wynetta Franklin October 1, 2021 12:06 pm

    Where is the Help for people with Housing Vouchers, section eight, who can’t find housing that accept section eight. We are in desperate need of help or We Will lose our Vouchers and be homeless again. We can’t afford a Real estate agent. Please refer Me, Us to get the proper assistance.Report


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