CPAH’s first housing project, and the focal point of many of our service programs, Greenburg Oaks underwent a more than $2.5 million renovation project in 2006.
Aging stucco siding was replaced with Hardi-Plank siding. New, energy efficient windows were installed, all apartment decks were rebuilt, hallway entrances were spruced up, and rain gutters were replaced. The buildings were repainted and are expected to be sound and stable for another 30 years.
All 84 apartments received new cabinets and countertops, new hot and cold water lines, new bathroom vanities and tub surrounds, new energy efficient lighting fixtures, low flow toilets, ventilation upgrades, new window coverings, ceiling fans and fresh wall texture and paint.
The project also received a half-court basketball and blacktop recreation area, new playground equipment, and easier access to its community garden. New paving, parking area striping and an attractive entry gateway completed the transformation from the old Villa La Paz project to the new Greenburg Oaks Apartments.