Huntsville Housing Authority eyes $10M renovation of downtown’s aging Todd Towers

The Huntsville Housing Authority is considering a $10 million renovation of its Nixon-era Todd Towers apartment building downtown. Members of the housing authority’s volunteer Board of Directors and local architect Frank Nola spent more than an hour at the last Board meeting discussing how to fix a long-standing moisture problem at Todd Towers while also giving the six-story building a fresh appearance. Continuing the renovations inside Todd Towers would up the cost to about $10 million, but board members and housing authority Executive Director Michael Lundy appeared interested in that option.

AL.com

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