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  • Firm chosen to build Dover apartment complex
    The Citizen of Morris County February 19, 2015
    The Mayor and Board of Aldermen has designated Pennrose Properties, LLC, of Philadelphia as the conditional re-developer of the Crescent Field parking lot site on South Morris Street and the Prospect Street parking lot site on Prospect Street and Chestnut Street.

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  • Sacred Heart plan calls for senior housing in center city
    The Morning Call February 17, 2015
    Sacred Heart Hospital and a developer want to transform a half-block in center city Allentown from aging row homes to new senior housing and office space under a plan that could break ground next year. The proposal, through a partnership between the hospital and developer Pennrose Properties, calls for construction of a four-story building at Fifth and Turner streets that would house 61 senior apartments and 6,000 square feet of commercial space.

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  • Good design on a budget is not only possible, it can be award-winning
    TribLive.com January 24, 2015
    The Avenue Apartments in Braddock, Pennsylvania, is one of three projects winning local recognition in Braddock for architect Rothschild Doyno.

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  • 96-unit apartment building coming to Falls Ridge site
    NewsWorks January 7, 2015
    A proposal by Pennrose for a 96-unit residential building on a vacant parcel at the north end of the Falls Ridge tract in East Falls has been accepted by the Philadelphia Housing Authority.

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  • COVER STORY: The ‘new’ public housing: mixed-use, mixed-income
    Lagniappe Weekly December 31, 2014
    Last month, as the Mobile Housing Board decided to move forward with a $750 million redevelopment of public housing communities on the city’s south side, it selected three developers to get a part of the massive project that would transform three of the oldest and most blighted housing developments in the city.

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  • Pennrose JV Opens 423 KSF Adaptive Reuse Development in Winston-Salem, NC
    October 14, 2014
    After a $54 million investment, Pennrose Properties L.L.C. and C.A. Harrison Cos. L.L.C. have opened the doors of Plant 64, an adaptive reuse development in downtown Winston-Salem, N.C. It’s got apartments; it’s got retail; and it’s got history.

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