The area's largest suburban public housing development is going to get a long-demanded renovation.

The Pines of Perinton will start its makeover nearly a year and a half after a massive fire displaced 65 people.

Developer WinnCompanies announced a $130 million overhaul of the complex. The apartments will become low-income housing tax credit units for the first time. Twenty-six of the 508 units will be converted into ADA-accessible housing.

The community center is also getting some upgrades, including a new business center, fitness room and event space.

Construction starts this spring and the renovation is expected to take two years.

The company says no tenants will be permanently displaced.