Housing Authority of the City of Austin's Rosewood Courts gets kiosks

Date Published: 
March 7th, 2023

From the Austin Monitor:

An $82,000 Heritage Preservation Grant from the city’s Economic Development Department will allow the Housing Authority of the City of Austin, or HACA, to create and install five educational kiosks at Rosewood Courts. The historic, 80-year-old apartment complex, which was the first African American public housing project in the country, is currently under renovation and the kiosks will “serve as a valuable tool to educate the public about the history of Rosewood Courts and its legacy to the East Austin community,” according to HACA’s news release.

Read the Austin Monitor's article "Rosewood Courts gets kiosks."

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