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Geneva Tower Fire Recovery

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Updated: 2-21-22

On Sunday, February 20, 2022, there was a devastating fire at Geneva Tower. The entire building was evacuated. A temporary shelter for tenants has been opened through the American Red Cross at Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum.

Affordable Housing Network, Inc. (AHNI) and a variety of contractors are working on restoration of the building. The goal is to get tenants back in their units as soon as it is safe to do so. This will come in phases as there is more damage to some floors than others.

If you are interested in helping the families affected by the fire, you can make donations here or to the American Red Cross under the Disaster Relief donation designation.

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