Georgetown Ribbon Cutting

Pat Tiberi Speaks at Georgetown Senior Apartments’ Grand Re-Opening

Georgetown Senior Apartments welcomed Congressman Pat Tiberi to its grand re-opening and ribbon cutting on Tuesday, August 29.

Guests included:

  • Tim Swiney, SVP, Development, Wallick Communities
  • Rochelle Twinning, Executive Director, BRIDGES Community Action Partnership
  • Ferzan Ahmed, Delaware County Administrator
  • Vice Mayor Kent Shafer, City of Delaware, Ohio
  • Tom Homan, City Manager, City of Delaware, Ohio
  • Andrew Brenner, State Representative 67th District
  • Alicia Fannon, Closing Coordinator, City Real Estate Advisors
  • Justin Marshall, Assistant Vice President, Fifth-Third Bank
  • Donna Hyder, Resident, Georgetown Senior Apartments

Originally built in 1977, Georgetown is a two-story congregate building with 50 one-bedroom apartments. In 2015, Wallick was awarded Low-Income Housing Tax Credits for the community’s rehabilitation. Georgetown’s $7.4 million transformation included:

  • All new roof and Energy Star rated vinyl windows
  • New Energy Star split system HVAC
  • All new kitchen counter tops, cabinets and appliances
  • New bathroom fixtures and accessories
  • Upgraded hard surface flooring throughout
  • Remodeled 8 unit to meet UFAS and 504 Standards
  • New resident computer center
  • Newly created Resident Service and Health Care Assessment Offices
  • New security camera system
  • New gazebo, raised garden plots and accessible route
  • Enlarged and enhanced entry vestibule

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