$5.2 Million Rehabilitation Project Complete for 40 Low Income Seniors & Families
Bedford Village Apartments have undergone a complete $5.2 million rehabilitation using 9% federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
Bedford Village is a 40-unit, apartment community for low income seniors and families.
Home sizes range from one- to three-bedroom apartments. The 40 renovated apartment homes have new roofs, windows, siding, exterior doors and storage sheds, as well as updated kitchens and bathrooms with Energy-Star rated fixtures and appliances and new high efficiency HVAC systems.
Additionally, site improvements include updated hardscaping and a new patio with benches and picnic tables. There is a renovated community room in the building for senior residents and the community building was rehabilitated to include a kitchenette, as well as new management and resident service coordinator’s offices.
Ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate Bedford Village Apartments’ renovations is Wednesday, October 24, 11am
Those expected to attend:
Andrew M. Condia, Office of United States Senator Mitch McConnell
Stacie Rockaway, Office of United States Congressman Thomas Massie (KY-04)
State Senator Paul Hornback, Kentucky Senate
State Representative Rick Rand, Kentucky House of Representatives
Hon. Todd Pollock, Mayor, City of Bedford
Tracy Thurston, Kentucky Housing Corporation
Jeff Banker, Red Capital Group
Sharon Johnson, US Department of Agriculture
Amy Frist and Ashley Hagan, City Real Estate Advisors
Bedford Village Apartments Resident
Howard Wallick, Wallick Communities
Bedford Village Apartments are located at 701 Leisure Court, Bedford 40006