The Riviera Beach city council voted Wednesday night to move forward with a plan to renovate the Stonybrook apartment complex.
Residents living there say they have been living in deplorable conditions for too long.
Millennia Housing, which is now responsible for Stonybrook, says it will invest $13 million to rehab the more than 200 units at the complex.
Some people spoke at the council meeting about ongoing parking issues that need to be addressed. Others felt the whole building should be torn down and stated from scratch.
Council members voted to move forward with Millennia’s plan to renovate. The project still needs final approval, which could come as early as next month.