Congratulations to Pennrose Companies and the Griffin Housing Authority on the grand opening of the Terraces at the Park in Griffin, Georgia. The affordable senior community is the third phase of the Meriwether Homes redevelopment, which also includes Oaks at Park Pointe and Iris at Park Pointe.
K&A was in attendance at the ribbon cutting along with Mark E. Straub Regional Vice President, Pennrose; Robert Dull, Chief Executive Officer Griffin Housing Authority; Doug Holberg, Mayor, City of Griffin; Joel Brockmann, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta; Karen Mathiak, Georgia State Representative; Eula Redding, Griffin Housing Authority Board Vice-Chair City of Griffin; Mark Shelburne, Georgia Department of Community Affairs; and Brett Smith, Field Representative for U.S. Congressman Ferguson.
The Terraces at the Park is made up of 68 one- and two-bedroom energy efficient apartments designed and built to achieve EarthCraft Communities and EarthCraft Multifamily sustainability certifications. Residents can take advantage of many indoor amenities such as a community center and fitness and wellness center. Or they can stroll along local walking trails and visit the community garden overlooking the City Park golf course.
K&A is pleased to be a part of the team on yet another exciting affordable senior living project.