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Atlanta Civic Circle Housing Affordability

Restoration of “uninhabitable” Forest Cove apartments could start in January

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

The desperately needed restoration of the Forest Cove apartment complex could finally be on the horizon, project officials say.

For years, residents of the Southside Atlanta community have complained of pests, mold, trash, and crime that have made the property virtually “uninhabitable.”

On Wednesday, a spokesperson for Forest Cove’s owner and manager Millennia Housing Management (MHM) told Atlanta Civic Circle that the more than $50 million renovation of the 396-unit development could start as soon as January, once financing is closed.

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