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Residents 'amazed' by $11.2 million Riverview Towers makeover

7:20 PM, Apr. 3, 2013
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Roughly 150 of Wausau's elderly and disabled residents will walk into new homes at the Riverview Towers this year.

Crews have renovated rental units in four of the Department of Housing and Urban Development building's 10 floors as part of a yearlong, $11.2 million reconstruction project. Elderly or disabled tenants with annual incomes below $38,750 can live in one of the 149 east-side units for as little as $50 a month.

Those affordable units, however, hadn't been renovated since they were built in 1969. The construction project is replacing the unit's flat, brown carpet with hardwood ...

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