Seniors in Atlantic City will soon have more affordable housing options available to them. Funded largely by HUD grants, the complex will give seniors easy access to transportation, shopping, and places to work.
Workers are completing an affordable-housing complex on the Black Horse Pike that the Diocese of Camden hopes will provide dozens of senior citizens with a nice, but inexpensive, place to live.
Pleasantville officials, however, are hoping that the impact goes further, and that the $18.4 million Village at St. Peter’s will have a ripple effect in a city that has been long designated an “area in need of rehabilitation.”
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