Ribbon cutting on renovated senior high-rise in Towson set for Wednesday – Baltimore Sun

2017-11-08T12:49:46+00:00 November 8th, 2017|Categories: Development, Press|Tags: |Comments Off on Ribbon cutting on renovated senior high-rise in Towson set for Wednesday – Baltimore Sun

TABCO Towers, a 200-unit affordable senior housing project in downtown Towson, will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for its remodeled apartments Wednesday.

The complex, at 305 E. Joppa Road, is a 22-story residential complex developed by owner Wishrock Investment Group, a national developer of affordable housing.

Renovations to the multi-family, affordable housing community for households that make less than 60 percent of the area’s median income—or about $75,000— began in late 2015, Wishrock director of development Bryan Shumway said.

Wednesday’s ribbon-cutting will mark the completion of more than $10 million in improvements to the property, according to Shumway.

Wishrock added a community center and a second laundry facility, and renovated the facility’s elevators, common areas and energy efficient heating and cooling units.

Meanwhile, the apartment units received new kitchens, bathrooms, flooring and paint.

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