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Fresno Housing Authority building apartments in Selma

Rendering of the Selma Revitalization Development project, formerly Shockley Terrace.
Rendering of the Selma Revitalization Development project, formerly Shockley Terrace. Fresno Housing Authority

The Fresno Housing Authority is tearing down an old Selma housing development for a clean start on a revitalization project that will double the number of affordable apartments on the property.

A ceremony was held March 30 to demolish Shockley Terrace, a 25-unit apartment complex, at 1445 Peach St. The affordable housing developer will build 48 one- to four-bedroom apartments along with a community building for on-site services, a gym, and a computer lab. There will also be a play structure, a picnic and barbecue area.

Construction is expected to be finished by spring 2017.

BoNhia Lee: 559-441-6495, @bonhialee

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