Joan Bernstein, assistant director of the Franklin CountyRegional Housing and Development Authority, directed the project.Bernstein tells Globest.com that construction was done by RuralDevelopment Inc. a local non-profit organization that buildslow-income housing in the Franklin County area. The Bank building,which is complete, also includes approximately 4,000 sf of officespace. Two spaces are being leased to the U.S. Fish and Wildlifeservice and Bernstein says the third space has just been leased toGreenfield Community Television Inc., the local Public AccessTelevision station, for a new studio. All of the landmark rowhousing will be converted to residential use. The overallconstruction budget was estimated to be about $4.5 million.

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