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Apartments for disabled, needy coming to Caroline
By CATHY DYSON
The developer who brought $20 million of low-income housing projects to King George County is planning a similar project in neighboring Caroline County.
Froncé Wardlaw, who directs Project FAITH in King George, plans to build 26 apartments in Bowling Green for elderly, disabled and low-income residents.
The three two-story apartment buildings will be called Angelwood at Caroline.
The Angelwood complex will be built on a site that Home Inc. of Fredericksburg prepared about seven years ago, but wasn’t able to complete. A former official with the company asked Wardlaw if she could finish the project, and she was happy to accept.
The Angelwood complex will be on Broaddus Avenue, across the street from the Food Lion, Dollar General and McDonald’s.
It will feature 22 two-bedroom apartments and four three-bedroom ones, Wardlaw said.
Check The Free Lance–Star this weekend for a full report.