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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.

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

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