Madison-based Gorman & Company Inc. on Tuesday held a grand opening to celebrate the completion of renovations to the Windsor Court Apartments at 1831 W. Juneau Ave. in Milwaukee’s King Park neighborhood, just west of downtown. The 12-building, 239-unit apartment complex was a Section 8 housing development in 1968, but is now owned by Gorman & Company. The company received $9.4 million in tax credits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) for the rehabilitation project. The renovation project included replacement of all windows, doors and locks. Some roofs, water heaters, cabinets, appliances, carpeting and flooring were replaced. Parking areas, sidewalks and lighting fixtures were replaced or repaired. Bathrooms were rebuilt. Safety and security upgrades were added. Several amenities were added including a fitness center, movie theater, community room, computer room, beauty shop, playground, grill and gazebo.
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