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Hickory Street apartments ready in Rutland

Posted Nov 1, 2011 at 11:19 am by Leslie Black-Plumeau

The first phase of renovations at the Forest Park apartment complex in Rutland are complete. Residents began moving into the 33 mixed-income apartments on Hickory Street on Thursday.  

Vermont Housing Finance Agency provided federal low-income housing tax credits for the project. A variety of other funding sources included the federal public housing program and  HOME program.

Read more in coverage by the Rutland Herald and WCAX.

Inquire about vacancies at this location.


2 comments to “Hickory Street apartments ready in Rutland”

  1. On Patricia Trapeni says:

    I am interested in a 2 bedroom apartment. I would like to set up an appointment to see them. I work from 7 a.m. to 3;30 p.m. You can reach me by email or cell phone-802-345-5970 or home phone 802- 775-2257. Thank you ,
    Patricia M. Trapeni

  2. On Leslie Black-Plumeau says:

    The best way to find about vacancies in this building is to contact the Rutland Housing Authority at http://www.rhavt.org/applications.php or by calling them at (802) 775-2926.

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