Surprise Original Town Site revival anchored on Heritage

Volunteers with WHAM put the finishing touches on the artwork at the Heritage at Surprise affordable housing project in the Original Town Square earlier this month. The hand-done artwork took more than six months and thousand of hours to complete./JASON STONE/INDEPENDENT NEWSMEDIA

By Jason Stone | Surprise Independent

COVID-19 has slowed or stopped the way of life in many areas, but residents of the Original Town Site are hoping 2020 is remembered as a time for a revitalization.

City Councilman Ken Remley thinks the recent completion of the new Heritage at Surprise complex at Nash and Rimrock streets will be the spark to make that happen.

After a few years from planning to completion, the new affordable housing complex that had a controversial beginning finally has residents.

It’s only fitting, then, that major artwork that adorns the courtyard took six months and a total of about 2,000 hours of work to complete.


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