Paso Robles' Oak Park rebuild continues

newsroom@thetribunenews.comMay 31, 2013 

The first phase to modernize Oak Park in Paso Robles continues construction this week as the framing begins on new low-income homes.

As crews tore down the 1940s-era structures, they've found marbles that children of the past must have played with on the property, said project superintendent Craig Coons.

The work is the first of a four-phase project to tear down the complex's 148 deteriorated units and replace them with 302 energy-efficient apartments on the city's northwest side. The roughly $25 million first phase began in February and is expected to continue for 12 to 14 months.

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