The apartment complex is leasing now, and the first residents are expected to move in this November.
The buildings are on the former site of low-income apartments that were demolished in 2008. The now-defunct Incap Fund had plans to build a multifamily property on the site before it folded in 2009.
Wood Partners started building the apartment complex in January.
The units range from 563 to 1,214 square feet and $815 to $1,910 per month. Below is a breakdown of the units.
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