Some of the nation’s affordable, apartment housing built in the 1950s, 60s and 70s has fallen into disrepair, or has been badly mismanaged. These developments often become nuisances and significant community liabilities. The bad reputations of these properties often stymie revitalization efforts in the community. Gorman & Company works with communities to dramatically rebuild and reposition troubled apartment developments. The typical result of such efforts is that high-quality, affordable housing is returned to the community. The combination of a dramatically rebuilt apartment community, combined with strong property management approaches, offers the community a new asset in its efforts to revitalize.