From ABC 10 News San Diego:
The San Diego Housing Commission on Monday announced a grand reopening of an apartment complex in Mountain View that is now rebranded as affordable housing.
Numerous upgrades were made to the Town and Country complex on Messina Drive, and the apartments will remain affordable for 55 years, according to the Housing Commission.
"Anytime the Housing Commission has the opportunity to extend the affordability at a development we're happy to do so," said SDHC Vice President of Multifamily Housing Finance Colin Miller. "We added the community center, a BBQ area, and a second playground."
Read ABC 10 News San Diego's article "San Diego Housing Commission rebrands Mountain View apartment complex as affordable housing."