Artist’s Renderings Details Housing Visions’ Concepts

Artist’s Renderings Detail

Housing Visions’ Concepts

Here is Housing Visions' artist's rendering for the 40 units of senior-citizen housing at the end of the Spruce Street Extension in Oneonta's Silver Creek section.  A $60 million state grant received this week will leverage $150 million in total to create 60 units of new and renovated housing in the city, part of efforts by the Mayor's Housing Task Force to bring more people into the community.
Here is Housing Visions’ artist’s rendering for the 40 units of senior-citizen housing at the end of the Spruce Street Extension in Oneonta’s Silver Creek section. A $60 million state grant received in recent days will leverage $150 million in total to create 60 units of new and renovated housing in the city, part of efforts by the Mayor’s Housing Task Force to bring more people into the community.
This is an artist's rendering of three new buildings Housing Visions is planning at West and Columbia streets in Oneonta, one block west of Walgreen's.  Plans are to demolish houses damaged through years of rentals to students at 23, 25 and 27 and 34 and 38 West Street.  Work on $150 million in demolitions, renovations and new construction is due to begin this fall, to be complete by fall 2016.
This is an artist’s rendering of two of three new buildings Housing Visions is planning at West and Columbia streets in Oneonta, one block east of Walgreen’s. Plans are to demolish houses damaged through years of rentals to students at 23, 25 and 27 Columbia St. and 34 and 38 West St. Work on $150 million in demolitions, renovations and new construction is due to begin this fall, to be complete by fall 2016.