By DAVID BORAKS
Anna Clement stood at the podium under a tent at Oak Hill Apartments Monday and talked about how lucky she feels to be living in the newly renovated complex off Beaty Street in Davidson. “I always wanted to live up here,” she told the crowd of town officials, neighbors and representatives from the property’s owner, Community Housing Partners (CHP).
Over the past couple of years, the Christiansburg, Va., nonprofit has spent about $2 million to rehabilitate the 73-unit complex of low-income apartments, which is just west of North Main Street. On Monday, residents and officials cut a ribbon to celebrate the end of that work, which preserved the town’s largest affordable rental housing property. Read the full story