Seven more families got the keys to brand new places to call home today in an area of Detroit where revitalization is well on its way.
It's where nine-year-old Jaida Moore showed 7 Action News her favorite part of her new home - the backyard.
"It's big and I can play in it," said Jaida.
On Thursday, Jaida and her family began moving into their new home in the Penrose Village II. The subsidized housing development sits just north of 7 Mile Road and east of Woodward Avenue.
The Arab-American & Chaldean Council helped select the families for the newest phase of the development by Sam Thomas and Joe & Cynthia Solaka.
The youngest new residents of Penro se Vill age will also be able to participate in activities at the community's art house where there is a colorful garden and small library of books for them to enjoy.
There are 36 new homes in phase two. Phase one of Penrose Village was completed in 2006.
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