Glendale Commons Project Gets Financial Help from Peoria

Glendale Commons Project Gets Financial Help from Peoria

PEORIA - The Peoria City Council approved a $26,000 loan that will help renovate existing buildings on the site.
PEORIA - The Glendale Commons Project in Peoria is ready to take off, with financial help from the City of Peoria.

The City Council approved a $2,600 loan to the South Side Office of Concern.

The SSOC will use that money to buy and redevelop three private properties located on Glendale Avenue and Morgan Street.

This is part of a $4.5 million project that will house those who are homeless or mentally ill.

The 28-unit property will also include an apartment complex on the site.

The City Council will vote on official design plans on a later date.

Peoria City Manager Patrick Urich said, "It's a four and a half million dollar investment in the near north side neighborhoods. It;s a huge opportunity for the city to show that we're committed to helping the homeless population we have in the city."

The City Council will vote on official design plans on a later date.
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