GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION FOR NORTH HARRISON SENIOR APARTMENTS IN SHELBYVILLE, IN

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION FOR NORTH HARRISON SENIOR APARTMENTS IN SHELBYVILLE, IN                        

 

RealAmerica Companies celebrated the Grand Opening of North Harrison Senior Apartments on November 30, 2016, located at 111 N. Harrison St., Shelbyville, IN.

 

Ronda Weybright, CEO/President of RealAmerica, kicked off the ceremony by talking about the impact this complex will have on the community. “One of RealAmerica’s best practices is to consider and improve on the environment we develop our communities in, and we feel we’ve hit this goal with this project for Shelbyville’s senior residents”, said Ronda Weybright.

 

North Harrison Senior Apartments is a new 4-story brick building consisting of 42 apartments, for seniors (age 55+), located 1 block from the public square in the heart of Shelbyville on North Harrison Street. This “Main Street” architectural style building, which was designed to fit in with the surrounding neighborhood, consists of 1 and 2 bedroom units and is currently accepting resident applications. The units are available to residents who earn up to 60% of the area median income. The community offers a wonderful variety of amenities: Sky Deck on the roof, Community Room with kitchen, Computer Area, Dog Park, limited storage units and covered parking for residents on a first come, first serve basis, with additional parking in a lot conveniently located next to the building. In addition, the ground floor of this building hosts The Excel Center operated by the Goodwill Education Initiatives. The Excel Center is a unique public charter school that provides adults the opportunity to earn a Core 40 high school diploma and begin post-secondary education.

 

We were honored to be asked by the city’s officials to take on this project and assist them in removing the blight and decay from the previous dilapidated buildings that used to be on this block. The new building we’ve raised represents a new, positive image of Shelbyville to those who not only currently live in the city, but for those who visit and consider a life there,” said Ronda Weybright.

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