The HABD is in the midst of a comprehensive modernization program.
Over the last five years, 62 million dollars have been utilized
to improve various properties.
of HABD sites have experienced some level of modernization over
the last year. Extensive modernization efforts have been realized
at Collegeville Center, Roosevelt City, Smithfield Court, Southtown,and
Tom Brown Village. Efforts are under way for comprehensive modernization
at Harris Homes as well as the demolition of 131 units at Elyton
Village. A new central office is in the planning stage. The
HABD is constructing 21 single family homes for sale to low
and moderate income families.
screens, new doors and screen doors have been installed at Cooper
Green, Loveman Village, Marks Village, Tuxedo Court. Also, fresh
landscaping has been completed at Cooper Green. New furnishings
and updated decor graces the work environment for employees
at Southtown, Cooper Green, North Birmingham Homes, and Tom
Brown Village management offices. Modernization efforts have
been completed on the George McCoy Maintenance facility.