A boarded-up window is seen at the site of the former Harriet Tubman Homes being offered for sale by the Chattanooga Housing Authority. One of the contenders for the site is a Chicago-based development company that proposes to put Section 8 and market rate housing on the site, and about 100 units of housing for seniors.
A boarded-up window is seen at the site of the former Harriet Tubman Homes being offered for sale by the Chattanooga Housing Authority. One of the contenders for the site is a Chicago-based development company that proposes to put Section 8 and market rate housing on the site, and about 100 units of housing for seniors.
Photo by John Rawlston .
published Monday, October 21st, 2013
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The Chattanooga Housing Authority has estimated that $30 million would be needed to bring the Harriet Tubman public housing site up to standards. The Chicago-based Lakewood Realty Group that wants to buy the vacant buildings plans to invest about one-third of that amount in improvements.

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