Harmony Oaks Apartments Hosts Community Open House for New 460-Unit, Mixed-Income Apartments in Central City New Orleans

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Harmony Oaks Apartments will host an open house to introduce their newly re-developed site in Central City to the Greater New Orleans community.

Harmony Oaks Apartments will host an open house to introduce their newly re-developed site in Central City to the Greater New Orleans community. Their one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartment homes – built with the strongest and most energy efficient materials on the market – will be available for tours.

Harmony Oaks, rebuilt at the former Magnolia Projects and C.J. Peete housing development site, is part of a major renaissance in Central City. Harmony Oaks is developed by McCormack Baron Salazar and Central City Partners and managed by McCormack Baron Ragan. Harmony Oaks welcomed its first residents in early 2010.

Harmony Oaks is one of several restoration projects underway in Central City, all within an 11-block area including the Dryades YMCA, Ashe Cultural Center and Woodson Elementary charter school. In addition to Harmony Oaks, the projects include the Muses Apartments and Harmony Homes, a collection of 50 single-family homes for sale developed by New Orleans Neighborhood Development Collaborative (NONDC), and the OC Haley Boulevard Merchants and Business Association.

WHEN:    Saturday, May 15th – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE:    3320 S. Robertson Street
                    New Orleans, La. 70115

CONTACT:    Sarah G. Materne
                    504.250.5708

About Harmony Oaks: Harmony Oaks Apartments (http://www.harmonyoaksapts.com) is a mixed income housing development in New Orleans’ Center City neighborhood. The first Harmony Oaks community residents began moving into their new homes in early 2010. Harmony Oaks Apartments is built and managed by McCormack Baron Salazar (http://www.mccormackbaron.com), a nationally recognized leader in affordable housing developments since 1973. The company has housing developments in more than 30 U.S. cities.

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