Franklin building to get new life as apartments

A former assisted-living facility in Franklin that has mold throughout the building will either be torn down by the city or renovated by a local developer.

In June, the city issued an order to demolish or repair the former Angel Care building at 1107 N. Main St., which has been vacant for at least five years, Franklin Planning Department code enforcement officer Rhoni Oliver said.

The roof of the building and pipes inside the building are leaking, and mold covers the first floor walls, making it dangerous to the public unless it is fixed or torn down, Oliver said.

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