Mayor Annise Parker and Houston Housing Authority Demolish Vacant Buildings in Fifth Ward to Make Room for Community Park

    Mayor Annise Parker and Houston Housing Authority Demolish Vacant Buildings in Fifth Ward to Make Room for Community Park

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 5, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Residents living at Houston Housing Authority’s Kelly Village Apartments can expect to have a park right outside their front doors in a couple of months. Today, Mayor Annise Parker and the Houston Housing Authority completed the first step in creating a community park on the property by demolishing 63 vacant units, which were offline as a result of hurricane damage. Construction of the park is expected to begin this fall. When completed, the three-acre park will feature new playground equipment, jogging/walking trail, exercise stations and a community garden area.

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