• Eastridge Villas
    Scott County Development Committee director Katie Eisenhour cuts the ribbon that officially marks the opening of Eastridge Villas senior housing development. Looking on are investors, developers, SCDC board members, Chamber of Commerce board members, city

Eastridge Villas

Senior housing project was a cooperative effort

A housing project that Katie Eisenhour says was seven years in the making has become a reality.

Eisenhour, director of the Scott County Development Committee, was among a large contingent of individuals representing the construction company, investors and officials from the state, county and city levels who were on hand for a ribbon cutting of Eastridge Villas senior housing project last Thursday afternoon.

During a trip to Nebraska, Eisenhour recalled seeing a senior housing complex and her father, Dan Weides, commenting, “There’s nothing like this in Scott City.”

That is no longer the case as construction is nearing completion on a $3.1 million project featuring 10 duplexes on Chestnut Street. Eight of the 20 apartments are currently occupied with four more to be completed in November, another four in mid-December, and the final four apartments ready for occupancy in mid-January.


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