Sheridan residents who are strapped for cash can look forward to a new housing option. Highland Property Management is finishing up construction on three new apartment buildings designated for low-income housing. Regional director, Sheryl Herrick, said Sheridan was chosen for the new facilities after statistics showed the housing market in town isn't that friendly.
The Peak Apartments will consist of two buildings of family housing. Each apartment comes with appliances, including microwaves and individual washers and dryers. The Covey Run Apartments will house senior citizens 55 years and older, and will feature a common garden space and community room. There are two sets of income guidelines to qualify for the housing. For example, a family of two can't collectively make more than $27,350 per year.
Highland Property management will be holding down booth #92 at this week's 3rd Thursday Street Festival. If you're interested in learning more about how to move in to the new facilities in a few months, stop by Main Street Thursday night between 5 and 9 o'clock, or call 763-4655.