- Kingsport, TN
- Site Type:
- Civic Facilities, Public Housing
- New Deal Agencies:
- Housing Programs, US Housing Authority (USHA)
- Allen N. Dryden
- Site Survival:
- No Longer Extant
The brick “restrained Colonial Revival style” (Van West, 2001, p. 148) two-story apartment complex contained 48 units for African-Americans. Constructed at the same time as the Robert E. Lee Homes for whites, both complexes were funded for a total of $607,000.
The facility was demolished in 2008 in order to construct new housing.
Source notesThompson, W. M. (May 12, 1940). Two low-rent housing projects top extended building activities. The Kingsport Times, p. 8. Van West, C. (2001). Tennessee’s New Deal Landscape: A Guidebook. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.
Site originally submitted by Susan Allen on December 23, 2014.
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