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Restoration Housing, the non-profit that restores older dilapidated houses and turns them into affordable multi-unit housing, cut the ribbon on its sixth completed project today. Restoration Housing invested around $300,000 in the Stewart Avenue house project, but grants, donations and historic tax credits helpedd to fully subsidize the remodeling of a two-story house, well over a century old. Executive director Isabel Thornton says the home on Stewart Avenue Southeast is already occupied by two families: