This week, ACCT began demolition on the 13 vacant mobile homes that have blighted the former Gevry mobile home park just outside of Vergennes in Waltham. The park will be redeveloped as McKnight Lane Limited Partnership, a brand new development of 14 net-zero "Vermods," high performance modular homes made in Wilder, VT. ACCT anticipates delivery of the new Vermods to begin in June.
Last week, the Vergennes City Council approved a sidewalk extension from the current sidewalk terminus at Thomas Circle to the entry of McKnight Ln, so future residents will have safe pedestrian access into downtown Vergennes, about a mile away. ACCT is grateful to the City of Vergennes and all our funders for their support of this critically needed development!
5/4/2016 07:38:42 am
Please send info to me regarding who would qualify to purchase /
5/4/2016 01:35:26 pm
Is this going to be subsidized housing? How affordable will these units be? There is a dire need for affordable housing for single parents and the elderly.
5/5/2016 06:21:02 am
Hope you don't let this park go to hell like you have the one you own on Panton road in Vergennes.
5/17/2016 10:41:23 am
Dis you figure out an answer. My boyfriend and I are looking for a place to rent for $500/ month
9/12/2022 03:47:50 am
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