The City’s Neighborhood Revitalization Plan Continues with Another Home Renovation in East Side Wilmington

On Thursday, December 29, 2022, Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki joined Rich Przywara, CEO of Woodlawn Trustees, to cut a ribbon at 718 East 11th Street to celebrate the progress the renovation plan has made. The renovation is part of the City’s historic Neighborhood Revitalization Plan announced earlier this year. The newly rehabbed property is the agency’s tenth completed affordable housing project, bringing the Woodlawn Trustees halfway to its commitment to renovate 20 vacant homes for eligible individuals and families. 

The home has been renovated with lead-paint remediation, new windows, new flooring, a new roof, an updated bathroom with laundry facilities on the second floor, and a fully renovated kitchen.  The home has a living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, one bath with laundry facilities, and a backyard deck. The renovations were completed by the Facilities staff of Woodlawn Trustees, and TAG Construction. The Woodlawn Trustees are known for providing affordable rental housing in the City of Wilmington and the grant will allow for the program to continue to grow.  

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