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Geneva Tower Update for March 16, 2022

Updated: March 16, 2022

The Affordable Housing Network, Inc. (AHNI) moved another nine residents back into Geneva Tower yesterday and will be moving residents who live on the 12th floor back into the building today.

Around 30 residents who live on floors 9-11 are still unable to reoccupy their units. Alternative arrangements have been made for those individuals.

AHNI continues to work closely with contractors on the restoration of floors 10 and 11 and expects all residents to be returned to Geneva Tower by mid-week next week. Work on Floor 9 will take several more weeks as there was considerable damage to the entire floor.

If individuals are interested in helping the families affected by the fire, please make donations to AHNI at or to the American Red Cross at

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