Corners on five buildings at Pimlico Apartments on Centre Parkway, owned by the Lexington Housing Authority, have been shored up because of loose bricks and cracks in the mortar.
Corners on five buildings at Pimlico Apartments on Centre Parkway, owned by the Lexington Housing Authority, have been shored up because of loose bricks and cracks in the mortar. Herald-Leader
Corners on five buildings at Pimlico Apartments on Centre Parkway, owned by the Lexington Housing Authority, have been shored up because of loose bricks and cracks in the mortar. Herald-Leader

Residents of housing authority complex worry about buildings with crumbling corners

July 25, 2012 06:58 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 04:14 PM

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