December 14, 2018 | Aaron Stone reports the Logan County Commission and the City of Logan hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday for a new senior living facility.
Logan Landing, located on Hanging Rock Road, is the culmination of work over the last three years.
Roger Ramey, Chairman of the Logan County Housing Authority, said the facility began with acquiring a portion of the boulevard where the new Rt.10 connector begins.
“The new road to Man is what fostered this new building,” Ramey said.
Financial assistance for the $6 million building was made possible with funding by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development, Community Affordable Housing Equity Corporation and the West Virginia Housing Development Fund.
Logan Landing features twenty-seven single bedroom apartments and nine double bedroom apartments. The first-floor apartments are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
“The first floor,” Ramey said, “is designed for wheel chairs and residents that need assistance.”
Logan County Commission President, Danny Godby spoke about expanding housing in the Logan.
“We’re not stopping here,” Godby said, “we want to look forward into the Man area.”
Logan Landing held an open house and on-site leasing following the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Residents may contact AU Management for leasing information: 859-233-2009. Income restrictions apply.
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