One such initiative involves the Claystone at the Crossing transformation. Hard work and perseverance have resulted in note-worthy progress since Integra Property Group acquired the property late last year. The city,together with Integra, shared completed property renovations today, along with newly formed resident quality of life programs, as well as revealed the new name and branding for the property. Claystone at the Crossing is now Romney Meadows. The affordable housing community has undergone a variety of renovations both inside and out. The comprehensive upgrades include upgraded roofing and windows, front entrances with defined porches and awnings, as well as back porch areas with dividing walls. Lighting has improved throughout the property with more, brighter LED lighting fixtures, and security cameras are currently being installed throughout the property that feed directly to the police department. Each of the 326 units was upgraded with new kitchens and appliances, along with new flooring and paint, as well as upgraded insulation and ventilation. With the renovations,now 18 of the 326 units are completely ADA compliant. The sidewalks, parking lots and through-streets have been repaired and resurfaced. Construction of the new leasing office and playground is set to be complete in 2017.