Townhouses for Low Income Individuals. The Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Bucks County developed a 20-unit townhouse development. Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Bucks County is a partnership of 30 Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Quaker organizations created in 1987 to address the needs of the homeless and the lack of affordable housing within Bucks County, […]
Group Homes for Mentally and Physically Handicapped. Indian Creek Foundation of Souderton, Pa, is a non-profit organization that provides residential housing, life and social skills training, work experience, and day program space for adults with developmental disabilities. Community Lenders provided financing to Indian Creek Foundation for the purchase of a number of single family homes […]
Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing. Working with the Keystone Opportunity Center, Community Lenders provided a loan to convert a single-family home into 4 apartments in, Sellersville, Bucks County, Pa. Clients of IVHC will receive emergency shelter or transitional housing here while receiving counseling on homelessness prevention. IVHC’s goal is to help people become self-sufficient.
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania got a new home as a tenant in Norristown, Montgomery County, when the Regional Housing Development Corp. (now called Commonwealth Housing Development Corporation) received funds to rehabilitate a three-story office building for professional office space. They converted the building to serve as the central office of Legal Aid of Southeastern […]
Homes for Seniors With Below Area Medium Income. French Creek Housing Partnership received a loan for a 70-unit, low income housing project for seniors at or below 60 percent of the area median income. The project is located in Phoenixville, Chester County, Pa.
Training for Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Indian Creek Foundation of Souderton, Montgomery County, Pa. was able to move its administrative offices, plus program space to a former private elementary school in Franconia Township, Montgomery County, Pa. with a loan from Community Lenders. This 54,068 square foot building is now used for administration as well as […]