With work on the new senior center at Heritage Park moving along, the city of Henderson and a non-profit developer have turned their attention to the future of the city’s existing senior center downtown.
Nevada HAND, a non-profit company that builds affordable housing developments, plans to build a 62-unit senior housing project on the site of the existing senior center, which is planned to be razed after the city has moved into the new one.
The City Council unanimously approved the plan Tuesday night. The project has a tentative budget of $12 million and could be under construction as soon as December.
Nevada HAND built Pacific Pines, the modern-looking senior apartment complex located behind the senior center, between Texas Avenue and Wyoming Avenue...Read More