Ramon Drake, left, and Frazier Grey of S&D Construction piled bricks into a loader driven by David Estill at Pimlico Apartments on Wednesday. The apartments, owned by the Lexington Housing Authority, are being renovated after structural problems forced residents to move last year.
Ramon Drake, left, and Frazier Grey of S&D Construction piled bricks into a loader driven by David Estill at Pimlico Apartments on Wednesday. The apartments, owned by the Lexington Housing Authority, are being renovated after structural problems forced residents to move last year. Lexington Herald-Leader
Ramon Drake, left, and Frazier Grey of S&D Construction piled bricks into a loader driven by David Estill at Pimlico Apartments on Wednesday. The apartments, owned by the Lexington Housing Authority, are being renovated after structural problems forced residents to move last year. Lexington Herald-Leader

$15.5 million renovation of Lexington's Pimlico Apartments should be complete in two years

April 16, 2014 07:23 PM

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