Wallick Welcomes Sen. Hornback, State Rep. Rand & Other Officials to KY Grand Reopening

Senator Paul Hornback and State Representative Rick Rand were among several officials to attend the grand reopening celebration for three of Wallick’s affordable apartment communities in Kentucky. Locust Ridge (72 units), Highpoint Senior Apartments (44 units) and Bedford Village (40 units) recently underwent rehabs after Wallick was awarded over $1.1 million in tax credits from the Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) in 2016. Overall, the rehabs totaled over $19 million. Each community received the following upgrades:

Unit Improvements

  • Kitchen cabinets, countertops and appliances
  • Bathroom vanities, showers and plumbing fixtures
  • Carpet and resilient flooring
  • Interior/exterior doors
  • Redesigned units for accessibility

Building & Site Improvements

  • New roof systems
  • Security cameras and improved site lighting
  • Landscaping and upgraded community patio
  • Bedford and Locust Ridge- New community building w/ kitchenette, computer lab, laundry facilities and Resident Service coordinator office
  • Bedford and Locust Ridge- Enlarged playground area w/ seating

In addition to Sen. Hornback and State Rep. Rand, those to speak at the ribbon cutting, held at Bedford Village, were:

  • Howard Wallick- Principal, Wallick Communities
  • Andrew M. Condia- Field Representative, on behalf of Senator Mitch McConnell
  • Stacie Rockaway- Field Representative, on behalf of Congressman Thomas Massie
  • Mayor Todd Pollock- City of Bedford, KY
  • Tracy Thurston- Managing Director, Multifamily Programs & Asset Management, KHC
  • Jeff Banker- Vice President, Red Capital Group
  • Sharon Johnson- Multi-Family Housing Program Director, USDA-Rural Development

After the ribbon was cut, guests were welcome to visit and tour Locust Ridge and Highpoint for the remainder of the afternoon. Thank you to Wallick’s Development team and project partners for reinvesting in the Company’s communities and improving the lives of its residents.

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