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Old 08-28-2007, 05:36 PM
Location: Georgia
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I would like any information anyone can give me about Rossville, GA apts for senior citizens affordable housing. I read about a place called Magnolia Circle that looked very pretty, and another one that used to be an Elementary School there. I would like to know what amenities the apts offer, the rent, utilities, etc.
No kids here. Shopping available? How close to these apts is everything? Thank you.
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Old 09-09-2007, 08:25 PM
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Default South Rossville Senior Village

South Rossville Senior Village Apartments
The City of Rossville's need for quality affordable housing for its senior citizens was addressed and an abandoned elementary school was reclaimed when Olympia Construction created the South Rossville Senior Village in 2003. The former South Rossville Elementary School, constructed in 1923, was renovated, and two new buildings were added to create 60 one- and two-bedroom affordable rental units for the community's low- and median-income seniors. The development includes a community room with kitchen, an arts-and-crafts room, two libraries, exercise facilities, walking trails, and a putting green. The $6.5 million project was financed through the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and private funds.

Renovating the dilapidated South Rossville Elementary School revitalized a part of the community. Many of the senior residents once attended or taught school there, giving them an extra attachment to the building. The project is considered a strong example of implementing adaptive reuse to fulfill housing needs in a community.

Hope this helps a little....planefolks
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Old 09-20-2008, 04:39 PM
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Thank you for that information.
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