Renovation of Cardinal Ritter units has residents smiling

LISA JOHNSTON | lisajohnston@archstl.org
Construction on a $5 million renovation of two Cardinal Ritter Senior Services affordable housing apartments in Shrewsbury has reached the halfway point. Cardinal Ritter and residents are pleased with the results so far. June Mattingly, who has lived at St. Joseph Apartments for four years, used an assortment of adjectives to describe her happiness with her newly renovated unit. "It's the most beautiful place," she said, noting that she spent four months in a temporary unit while hers was being gutted and reworked from an efficiency unit to a one-bedroom unit.

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