Residents of a downtown apartment building are enjoying significant upgrades to their building. Biltmore Towers offers income-based housing to people 55 and older and recently underwent a $20M renovation project. A ribbon cutting celebrated the completion of the project earlier this month. Several areas of the facility were in dire need of renovation and had been closed to residents and guests as a safety precaution. Each of the 230 units in the building was given a full renovation while the building’s common areas and community spaces also received updates. A fitness center and salon were added to the building in addition to offices, education, and clinic spaces. The renovation project was funded partially by historic tax credits.
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