In the news: Nonprofit to spend more than $21 million to renovate 4 central Pa. affordable housing communities

A Lancaster nonprofit that provides affordable housing will spend more than $21 million dollars on renovations at four of its housing communities.

Housing Development Corporation MidAtlantic will renovate the Springwood Glen Apartments, a 58-apartment family community, at 1901 Georgetown Road in Lower Swatara Township; The Apartments at Mulberry Corners, a 25-apartment senior community at 301 W. James St. in Lancaster; Rockford Chase Apartments, a 60-apartment family community at 375 S. Rockford Road in Manor Township, Lancaster County and Wyndamere Apartments, 65-apartment family community at 117 Ambleside Drive in Stonybrook-Wilshire, York County. More…

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