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New Low-Cost Housing Development at Willow Village, October 1957

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1957
Caption
LOW-COST VILLAGE HOMES: Eleven houses, available under Section 221 of the National Housing Act, are in advanced stages of construction on Clark Rd. in the western section of Willow Village. Other houses in the 373-lot Washtenaw Concourse Subdivisions are also under construction. The homes, intended chiefly for families displaced by the demolition of wartime housing in Willow Village, are being sold for less than $10,000 on 40-year mortgages. More than 80 families have already made deposits on the low-cost homes being built by the Willow Woods Development Co. as part of the redevelopment of the wartime "Bomber City." The first 50 "221" houses are expected to be completed before Jan. 1.

'Sweat Equity' Plan To Be Studied

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
May
Year
1968
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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.