Lawrence CommunityWorks Builds Up and Breaks Ground

Lawrence CommunityWorks (LCW) hosted a ribbon cutting for Island Parkside Phase I and
a groundbreaking for Island Parkside Phase II on Tuesday, July 18, in front of a standing-
room-only crowd of local and state officials, SquashBusters, city residents, donors,
supporters, LCW Board members and staff, families and friends who rallied around such a
significant project for equitable and affordable housing and redesigned Mill District
community spaces.
LCW Executive Director Jessica Andors announced that the apartments have been named
the Armand Michael Hyatt Apartments, after Armand Michael Hyatt, Esq., long-time LCW
Board member and legal counsel and chair of the Board’s real estate development
committee.

Read more about Island Parkside development here.
Read what Terry Date writes in the Eagle Tribune here.

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