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Ribbon-Cutting Set For New The Lift & The Rise Apartments In Newport News

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NEWPORT NEWS—The City of Newport News and the Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority are inviting the public to participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new The Life & The Rise Apartments on Tuesday, December 6 at 10am.

The new apartment complex, which is the first phase of new housing in the city’s Choice Neighborhoods area, is located at 2800 Jefferson Ave. Parking will be available at First Baptist Church East End at 3000 Jefferson Aven., and at the Brooks Crossing Shopping center. Tours of the new complex will immediately follow the ceremony.

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