This is a story about when your neighborhood goes from affordable to in demand. That’s what happened to Janice Key. She moved into her house on Archer Street in the Edgehill neighborhood in 1992. Today, most of her neighbors have sold their homes to developers. But Key has not. She’s resolved to stay put until the price is right.
In the early 90's, when Key, 64, found out her Church was building low-cost homes just blocks away from where she grew up, she knew she wanted in. She chose a lot on the high side of the sleepy dead-end street with sweeping views of downtown.