FRANKFORT, Ind. (WLFI)-- A grand opening for Nickel Plate Flats included the Frankfort's Mayor Chris McBarnes and other Clinton County Leaders.
The 74 unit apartment development is equipped with amenities such as granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances.
The celebration was to showcase the partnership between the city and Iron Men Properties.
Co-owner Joe Blake said this will bring the community together.
"What we did is we built a 74-unit apartment building downtown to give people the opportunity to live downtown if they want to," Blake said. "Young professionals, retirees, middle-aged people who want to just live and enjoy downtown right across the courthouse is beautiful."
The apartment building is open for business and is now accepting applications for renters who are interested.
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