Tubman Towers rehabilitated 99 units of low-income housing for seniors in the City of Springfield. The building was first constructed in 1970 and had seen very little investment since then. OHFA's funding helped to renovate the building into a safe, modern, environmentally-friendly facility. The project also helped to preserve valuable Section 8 subsidy for those living there.
Building improvements included the addition of a community room, replacement of most major building components and mechanical systems, upgrading of all life/safety features, the addition of accessibility and visitability features, and the addition of a new elevator. The façade received a major facelift as well, as seen in the photo above.