The Washington Terrace apartment complex, shown here in 2013, was purchased in 2014 by nonprofit developer DHIC Inc., which plans to demolish and rebuild the community, increasing the number of housing units to as many as 400.
The Washington Terrace apartment complex, shown here in 2013, was purchased in 2014 by nonprofit developer DHIC Inc., which plans to demolish and rebuild the community, increasing the number of housing units to as many as 400. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
The Washington Terrace apartment complex, shown here in 2013, was purchased in 2014 by nonprofit developer DHIC Inc., which plans to demolish and rebuild the community, increasing the number of housing units to as many as 400. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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