The Franklin Housing Authority (FHA) is in the process of changing the face of public housing in Franklin, Tennessee. This process will be a comprehensive, multi-phase redevelopment program to replace the current 297 housing units with 308 new dwellings that will provide vastly improved living conditions.  Read below to learn more about the redevelopment.



The process started on September 10th, 2012 with the groundbreaking for the Reddick Senior Residence. The building was completed in 2013 and a ribbon cutting held on November 14th. Over 140 guests and residents were on hand to celebrate the completion of this building and the progress on the redevelopment plan. View ribbon cutting photos here.

Redevelopment Timeline:


May 2010:

April 2011:

Summer 2011:

September 2011:

October 2011:

Spring 2012:

Residents and other community members had the opportunity to participate in strategy sessions regarding the planning process.

September 2012:

Ground is broken and construction begun on the Reddick Senior Residence.

November 2013:

Construction was completed on the new 49-unit Reddick Senior Residence. The building opened 100% leased and was the first public-private partnership development for the Franklin Housing Authority.