HOBNOBBING: The author, Donna Johnson, sees what kind of mischief she can find visiting friends at Summit Towers, a government-subsidized apartment complex downtown.
ROLLING OUT THE DOGS: Residents at Summit Towers often use baby strollers to take their pets for a walk because dogs are not allowed to walk through the lobby. Here, Bonnie Black (in red) and Sharon Soller (in purple) head out.
HAPPY TO BE TOGETHER: Many residents at Summit Towers are brought together due to their financial, physical, or mental circumstances, but sometimes find strength in one another. Here are residents Robert Foster and Carrie Briggs.
STILL LIFE: Artist Judith Petree displays one of her paintings, which she creates in her apartment at Summit Towers.
Residents Mark Sweazey.
PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR: Writer Donna Johnson found herself moving into Summit Towers after being evicted from her previous apartment.