Elkhorn City School Apartments

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Elkhorn City School Apartments are the adaptive reuse of the original Elkhorn City High School into 27 affordable units for families. The old Elkhorn City High School stands in Elkhorn City, a town about 20 miles southeast of Pikeville, Kentucky, the county seat. The school was built in 1938 using funds from the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The old high school, the most prominent one of the three National Register contributing buildings on the 6.8-acre parcel which is surrounded by State Route 197 and the Elkhorn Creek at its confluence into the Russell Fork.  The site of the old Elkhorn City High School sits near the heart of the city. Originally constructed in 1938, this historic building is able to mainting historic charm and amenities: original hardword floors and windows, tall ceilings and wide hallways. Walking through the renovated building, it is easy to recognize where former spaces that classrooms, lockers, the principle’s office, stage, cafeteria and even the gymnasium once occupied. Two story loft units not occupy the the space where the gymnasium once stood.

Completed in January 2019, the Elkhorn City School Apartments offer loft, one, two and three bedroom units and offer a wide array of modern amenities.

Project Features and Amenities:

  • Fully-equipped kitchens
  • Traditional cabinetry
  • Self-cleaning electric range
  • Energy Star® dishwasher
  • Energy Star® frost-free refrigerator
  • Washers & dryers hookups included in all units
  • Paddle fans in all living areas and bedrooms
  • Multiple handicap accessible units
  • Window blinds
  • Individual climate control
  • Keyless electronic entry
  • Complete fire suppression system
  • Cable TV access
  • High speed internet access
  • Convenient onsite parking
  • Outdoor seating area
  • Individual tenant storage
  • On site management office
  • Playground

Project Made Possible by:

AU Associates, Necto Architecture, Fez Construction, Pike County Housing Authority

Project Financing Made by:

Kentucky Housing Corporations, Community Affordable Housing Equity Corporation, Kentucky Department for Local Government, Kentucky Heritage Council, Fahe