Ribbon Cutting Planned For Renovated Bell Building

By: AP
By: AP

DETROIT (AP) -- The Neighborhood Service Organization will host a ribbon cutting at its refurbished NSO Bell Building in Detroit.

Mayor Dave Bing and other city and community leaders are expected to attend the event at 10 a.m. Wednesday on the city's west side.

The nonprofit human services group had been renovating the 255,000-square-foot former Michigan Bell Building to serve as its new headquarters and provide housing for homeless adults.

It features 155 one-bedroom apartments and provides onsite mental health, addiction treatment, intensive case management, financial literacy assistance and other support services. The project was expected to cost $50 million.

Most residents for the apartments were expected to come through the organization's Homeless Services arm and from other community groups.

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