HPI marks National Historic Preservation Week with mid-construction event

 
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Note: this article appeared in "the Point," a weekly news letter distributed to employees of Alliant Energy and its subsidaries.
City officials and residents gathered on May 16 for a luncheon and mid-construction tour in Reedsburg, Wis., at the site of the former Reedsburg Municipal Hospital. The event, hosted by Heartland Properties, Inc. (HPI), a subsidiary of Alliant Energy Resources, served as a construction update and official observance of National Historic Preservation Week, May 12-18.
"National Historic Preservation Week was the perfect time to celebrate the progress of the Reedsburg Municipal Hospital renovation," said Russ Kaney, housing investments director-HPI. "We're creating affordable, high-quality apartments that will satisfy the housing needs of seniors while maintaining the historic beauty of the neighborhood."
The former hospital, located at 547 North Park St., will be called Park Street Senior Homes. The three-story brick building will feature 24 apartment homes for seniors age 55 and older.
The renovation is expected to cost $3.1 million, with completion expected by year-end 2002. Heartland Properties is providing $2 million in financial support for the development. The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, the city of Reedsburg and John Deere Financial Services are providing additional financial support.
Brian Hood, wholesale account manager-Energy Sales and Marketing, said the renovation will bring much needed affordable housing to the area. "This is a clear illustration of Alliant Energy's ongoing commitment to the revitalization of communities of all sizes. Park Street Senior Homes will be a place people are proud to call home," he said.

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