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New Apartments for Disabled Adults Set to Open
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New Apartments for Disabled Adults Set to Open

Accessible Space, Inc. (ASI) is hosting an Open House and Dedication Ceremony for the Bob Hogan Apartments, a new, affordable, wheelchair-accessible apartment community for adults with qualifying disabilities located in Las Vegas, at noon Friday.

The event will be held at the Bob Hogan Apartments, 5075 Newport Cove in Las Vegas.  The day will begin with speakers and presentations from local officials, representatives, funders and supporters, and will close with refreshments and a tour of the building.

Sponsored, developed, owned and managed by ASI, Bob Hogan Apartments provides 21 wheelchair accessible apartments for very-low income adults with qualifying disabilities. Development and construction of the Bob Hogan Apartments was made possible with primary funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 811 Program.  Substantial supplemental funding was provided by the Clark County Community Resources Management/HOME Program, and the Federal Home Loan Bank ofSan Francisco‚Äôs Affordable Housing Program/U.S. Bank.

"Bob Hogan Apartments is a new and welcome addition to our community," said Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow, who represents Commission District G, where the complex is located. "Clark County has worked in partnership with Accessible Space Inc. for several years to bring affordable housing to disabled residents, and we look forward to our ongoing collaboration."

ASI named the apartment community in honor of Mr. Bob Hogan, the long time Director of the Nevada Community Enrichment Program (NCEP) who retired in 2009.  For more information, please visit www.accessiblespace.org, or call Accessible Space, Inc. at 1-800-466-7722. Persons with hearing impairments may call Minnesota Relay (TTY/TDD) at 1-800-627-3529. 

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