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NHP Foundation Acquires Edwin Berry Manor Affordable Seniors Housing Community in Chicago

The property was originally built in 1991.

CHICAGO — The NHP Foundation, in partnership with Low Income Investment Fund, has acquired Edwin C. Berry Manor Apartments, an affordable seniors housing community in Chicago. The purchase price was undisclosed. NHP plans to preserve and maintain the 57-unit property, which was built in 1991. The property is in the Woodlawn neighborhood, which features many new developments including the future Barack Obama Presidential Library. Operation Pathways, the resident services affiliate of NHP, will provide onsite services.

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