Partnership Breaks Ground on $17M Affordable Housing Redevelopment in Upper Dublin, Pennsylvania

by Amy Works

UPPER DUBLIN, PA. — Montgomery County Housing Authority (MCHA) and Pennrose Properties have partnered to redevelop North Hills Manor, an affordable housing property in Upper Dublin. The $17 million project includes the demolition of the existing 50-unit public housing development, which was originally built in 1954, and the construction of 50 new apartments ranging from one- to four-bedrooms located in 17 residential buildings. Additionally, the development will feature a shared building featuring a community room, computer lab and property management offices. The new units will feature modern kitchens, including dishwasher, spacious closets, ceramic-tiled bathrooms, resident-controlled heating and cooling, and in-unit washers/dryers.

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