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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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  • Despite Tough Competition. LIHTC Developers Find Sites in Major Markets
    October 10, 2014
    The apartment development cycle is in full swing, especially in many of the high-cost markets, and that has made it even harder for tax-credit developers to battle their market-rate housing counterparts for development sites.

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