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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

The Huntsville Housing Authority announced Friday the sale of the former Councill Courts Community.

The HHA said the Bristol Development Group, PGM Properties and Triad Properties completed the purchase Friday morning.

The property sold for $5 million and the funds will be used to purchase more properties for affordable housing in the city.

The former community will become a new Publix supermarket, apartments, a hotel, retail shops and restaurants.

The development will be called Twickenham Square.

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