Greensboro Housing Authority helps households transfer out of condemned housing

Tenants have less than a month to move.

GREENSBORO, NC – More help is coming to families moving out of their condemned Greensboro homes.

The Greensboro Housing Authority says $ 45,000 will be set aside to help tenants move out of the Summit Avenue Apartments.

Related: Families in Condemned Summit Ave. Apartments help with moving

In May, five children died in a fire in the residential complex.

The deadly fire led to an investigation.

Related: Greensboro condemns homes where 5 children died after the fire

Hundreds of violations have been detected, including leaky toilets, broken smoke alarms and rats.

The apartments were convicted last week for not addressing many of the violations.

Tenants have less than a month to move.

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