Settles into HUD Funded Apartment
With New Furniture
Manor told the Asbury Park Press, “This is stellar. I’m still in awe,” he said after seeing his apartment completely furnished for the first time. “I will be able to have my daughter over for Thanksgiving.”
Previous to moving into his own apartment, the Navy veteran who served in Vietnam was living in an Asbury Park boarding house.
Washington Manor is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development development for low-income seniors and disabled residents. After completing $3 million in renovations last May, Washington Manor established a preference and priority for veterans.
After moving in, to his new home, Dixon received new furnishings through the New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association’s Time of Need Program with help from William Eaton, Washington Manor’s Executive Director.
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