Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, PA has its ReStore at 533 Foundry Road in West Norriton. The ReStore sell new and used building materials to the public at discounted prices. Shoppers find appliances, furniture, lighting, flooring, cabinets, tile, carpet, lumber, doors and more all in 8,000 square feet of retail space.
2 New Loans Provide Affordable Housing Opportunities in Northeast Philadelphia. Community Lenders was able to provide 1260 Housing Development Corporation (1260 HDC) with 2 loans in December 2009 that helped finance the purchase of 2, 3-story buildings in the Northeast neighborhood of Philadelphia. 1260 HDC will be able to provide low-income residents with physical and […]
A New Theater in Downtown Pottstown. A loan to Village Productions now known as Steel River Playhouse paid off the construction loan for a new theater facility in Pottstown, PA., which opened in December 2008. The nonprofit playhouse is a black box theater with two world-renowned artists as honorary co-chairs—singer and songwriter Daryl Hall of […]
Our loan to Community Action Agency of Delaware County (CAADC) paid off the construction loan for a single family home in Sharon Hill Commons in Sharon Hill, Pa. CAADC rents the home to a family that falls beneath the area median income for Delaware County, with the hopes that the family will eventually be able […]
Ambler Theater fosters arts, culture, and education through discussion groups and lectures, cultural events, matinees for kids, and more. The Theater shows the best of independent, art, and foreign films. The Ambler Theater is also committed to the continued revitalization of Ambler Borough and the growth of local businesses. The Theater hosts events and celebrations […]
Permanent, independent housing for low-income individuals and adults with disabilities. Our loan to Arch III Associates helped finance renovations of Powelton Gardens, a 16-unit building housing low-income individuals, some of whom have mental or physical disabilities. Most of the project was funded by a tax credit syndication—Community Lenders closed the gap to provide the rest […]