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Lurie Terrace Completed, October 1964

Lurie Terrace Completed, October 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1964
Caption
Lurie Terrace Completed: News photographer Duane Scheel used a 135-mm telephoto lens to "capture" from atop the Ann Arbor Trust Co. building this view of Lurie Terrace, a 142-unit apartment building for persons 62 and older. The $1.7 million, eight-floor pentagonal structure will be dedicated at 4 p.m. Friday. U.S. housing and welfare officials from Washington, D.C., will help dedicate the facility. It is financed under a Housing and Home Finance Agency 50-year loan. So far, 120 units have been leased and 70 of those have been occupied. Other applicants are being screened.

Interior of a flexible style apartment in completed Lurie Terrace, October 1964

Interior of a flexible style apartment in completed Lurie Terrace, October 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1964
Caption
Heirlooms Grace Apartments The apartment of Mrs. Katherine W. Guigon is furnished with several pieces of antique furniture and other heirlooms she brought with her from her home in Milwaukee, Wis. Her apartment is the "flexible" type with the bedroom area separated from the living room by a folding door. Other apartment types are one bedroom with separate bedrooms and living rooms and the "bachelor" type of one room. All have their own kitchen facilities.

Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Living Room, September 1956

Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Living Room, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1956
Caption
The living room is in one of the first units to be occupied.

Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Kitchen, September 1956

Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Kitchen, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1956
Caption
KITCHEN AREA: The typical Huron Arms apartments will feature kitchens like this separated from the living area by folding doors.