Apartments to be dedicated

From Staff ReportsNovember 14, 2008 

— A dedication ceremony will be held today in honor of the completion of low-cost apartments in Wakefield Plantation.

The apartment complexes, called Wakefield Hills and Wakefield Manor, are part of a partnership to provide low-cost housing options in Wakefield Plantation, according to a news release from the Downtown Housing Improvement Corp., a nonprofit developer of low-cost housing.

The ceremony will take place at noon at 10710 Nickleby Way in Raleigh, followed by an open house.

Wakefield Hills has 60 two-bedroom and 20 three-bedroom apartments which will rent for $350 to $775 a month. The property's amenities include a playground, a gazebo and a community building.

Wakefield Manor is a 96-unit apartment complex with units at $340 to $675 a month. It is dedicated to serving low-income seniors 55 years old and older. That property's amenities include a fitness center, a beauty salon, a library and computer room.

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