A Win-Win for Wayne, West Virginia: Former School Transformed into Affordable Senior Housing and Senior Center with AHP Funding from United Bank
The shuttered Wayne Elementary School in Wayne, .W.Va., sat empty for nearly a decade. Over time, it became not only an eyesore, but was a safety and health hazard for local residents. Former principals, teachers and students attended a recent dedication to witness first-hand the building’s transformation into 18 one-bedroom apartments of affordable senior housing and a multipurpose senior center. The renovated building – called the James H. Booton Memorial Apartments – is named after the late Wayne County Commissioner.
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