Groundbreaking ceremony ushers in wanted renovations for Cleveland Manor

MIDLAND – An reasonably priced senior residing heart is receiving some much-needed upgrades over the subsequent 18 months.

On Tuesday, neighborhood members, donors and the directors of Cleveland Manor Residences met on the complicated to have a good time the groundbreaking of a renovation challenge.  

Cleveland Manor, positioned at 2200 Cleveland Ave., began within the Nineteen Sixties as a nonprofit, with the Alden B. Dow-designed constructing accomplished in 1980, stated Cleveland Manor Govt Director Trudy Laufer. The condo complicated affords reasonably priced housing for older adults and other people with disabilities.


The constructing is structurally sound, however Laufer stated the renovation is important to enhance the 50-year-old construction’s plumbing, electrical, sewer strains and water heaters. Extra condo enhancements may even embrace transformed kitchens and bogs, new vinyl flooring and carpets and new walk-in showers.

The challenge will price about $4.4 million.

“It’s a full modernization and improve to the constructing to make it possible for it continues for the subsequent 30 to 50 years,” Laufer stated.

Greater than 100 folks met within the Cleveland Manor courtyard, the place a podium and a mound of filth sat with shovels gleaming within the vibrant, mid-day solar. The Midland Enterprise Alliance was current on the occasion, with president and CEO Tony Stamas giving opening remarks.

Mary Laffey, president of the Cleveland Manor board, stated she is grateful for the Midland neighborhood’s assist.

“We’re so lucky to stay in such a giving neighborhood; one which cares for all folks,” Laffey stated. “We’re deeply grateful for every of you.”

Metropolis of Midland Group Growth Planner Grant Murschel spoke in regards to the want for reasonably priced housing locally. He referenced a housing examine carried out in 2018 that indicated a necessity for extra reasonably priced housing.

“To have the ability to see an funding like this happen in our neighborhood to make sure this facility for the subsequent 50 years could be very thrilling,” Murschel stated.

Laufer stated she expects the challenge to be accomplished in 18 months, with present residents at Cleveland Manor being briefly relocated for 4 weeks when their flats are renovated.

Donors to the challenge embrace the Herbert H. & Grace A. Dow Basis ($1.2 million), Rollin M. Gerstacker Basis ($800,000) Charles J. Gerstacker Basis ($500,000) and Cleveland Manor, Inc.  ($400,000).

About $1 million of funding nonetheless wanted, with Laufer searching for extra donations and mortgage alternatives.

Ninjay H Briotyon

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