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Grant Workshop to Assist with Low-Income Historic Rehabilitation by quotes

 Grant Workshop to Assist with Low-Income Historic Rehabilitation

The city of Phoenix Historic Preservation Office will host a grant workshop from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Phoenix Youth At Risk Building, 1001 E. Pierce St. (north of Van Buren Street), to assist property owners of designated historic homes whose income qualifies them to receive financial assistance on rehabilitation projects.

The workshop will help applicants learn about the program, how to complete an application and the funding process.

The Low-Income Historic Housing Rehabilitation Program was created to encourage the repair and rehabilitation of historic residential properties while providing housing opportunities for persons and families with low incomes.

The program funds critical structural stabilization, and repair and rehabilitation of historic exterior features such as roofs, exterior walls and porches. All projects are required to meet city historic preservation guidelines.

Funding requests can range from $2,000 to $25,000.

For more information or to download an application, visit, phoenix.gov/historic. For more information or to arrange for special accommodations at the workshop, call in advance to 602-261-8699. Seating is limited.

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Historic Phoenix Union High School Re-Opens as State-of-the-Art Biomedical Campus by quotes

Historic Phoenix Union High School Re-Opens as State-of-the-Art Biomedical Campus

The city of Phoenix in collaboration with the University of Arizona College of Medicine, the state of Arizona and Arizona State University opened the new Phoenix Biomedical Campus.

More here: Phoenix Biomedical Campus