The Jacksonville Housing Authority (JHA) held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the major renovation of Centennial Towers, a 208-unit affordable housing apartment complex for seniors and disabled in Springfield. Built in 1977, the year-long, $27 million project included the installation of all new kitchen cabinets, appliances, flooring and windows for all of the apartment units, as well as new plumbing, electrical system and HVAC throughout the building. It houses 208 units for seniors.
The project also included new elevators, roof and exterior façade. “This was a significant renovation project for the Jacksonville Housing Authority as we continue to provide high quality, safe, affordable housing for our senior and disabled population in Jacksonville,” said JHA President and CEO Dwayne Alexander.