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.