Bristol Redevelopment & Housing Authority

Bristol Redevelopment & Housing Authority

The Village at Oakview Ribbon Cutting & Open House

An Open House and Ribbon-Cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, May 15th for the newly-completed Village at Oakview. Numerous community agencies, city leaders, BRHA Board of Commissioners, and staff celebrated this much-anticipated development providing additional housing opportunties for the City of Bristol.

Applications are being accepted for this EarthCraft Platinum certified complex consisting of 48-units (12 buildings with 4 units each) offering a mixture of 2- and 3-bedrooms, “barrier-free” housing, on-site parking, and in close proximity to Bristol amenities such as the public library, city parks, and a vibrant and thriving downtown! The Village at Oakview offers a much-needed accessible, affordable and attractive living environment for senior citizens, people with disabilities, and families with young children.

Pictured here are (left to right): Mr. Cody Mumpower, District Field Representative (Office of Congressman H. Morgan Griffith),¬†Delegate Israel O’Quinn, Councilman Archie Hubbard, Ms. Beth Rhinehart (Bristol TN/VA Chamber of Commerce), Ms. Wilma Henry (Portfolio Management Specialist-U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development), Commissioner Denise Franklin, Executive Director Ms. Lisa Porter, Commissioner Larry Neese, Commissioner Gary Poulton, Commissioner and Chairman of the Board (BRHA) Jerry Chorosevic, Sr., and Commissioner Frank Finan.