HDC MidAtlantic Affordable Housing Property Listing – September 16, 2019

The following apartments have immediate availability and are currently accepting applications. These housing opportunities are located in HDC MidAtlantic communities throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware & Maryland. To apply, please contact the property directly at the phone number or email listed for more information about the property.

AVAILABLE APARTMENTS:

THE APARTMENTS AT HEATHERWOODS

  • General Occupancy
  • 3 Bedroom Apartment – $843 per month*
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-335-2551 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 200 Hill Road, Denver, PA 17517
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

PROVIDENCE HOUSE APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 62 and Older or 55+ if Handicapped/Disabled
  • 1 Bedroom Apartment – $645 per month*
  • E/H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 610-376-7787 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 800 Court Street, Reading, PA 19601
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

APPLICATIONS NEEDED FOR SHORT WAITING LISTS:

The following apartments have short waiting lists for the specific apartment prices listed and are currently accepting applications. These housing opportunities are located in HDC MidAtlantic communities throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware & Maryland. To apply, please contact the property directly at the phone number or email listed for more information.

THE APARTMENTS AT MULBERRY CORNERS

  • Seniors Ages 62 and Older
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $689 per month*
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $845*
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • No Pets
  • 717-509-6190 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 301 West James Street, Lancaster, PA 17603
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

EXETER SENIOR LIVING APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 62 and Older
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $601 per month*
  • E/H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 570-654-5733 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 222 Schooley Avenue, Exeter PA 18643
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

THE FLATS PHASE I

  • General Occupancy
  • 1 Bedroom Apartment – $769 per month*
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $911 per month*
  • W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • No Pets
  • 302-656-0801 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 525 North Union Street, Wilmington, DE 19805
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

THE FLATS PHASE III

COMING IN 2020!

  • Accepting Contact Information to be Placed on the Interested List
  • General Occupancy
  • 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
  • W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • No Pets
  • 717-291-1911 ext. 4001 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • Bancroft Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19805
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

HIGHSPIRE SCHOOL APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 55 and Older Only
  • Efficiency Apartments – $505
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $595
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $670 per month*
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-986-0266 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 201 Penn Street, Highspire, PA 17034
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

KING THEATRE APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 55 and Older Only
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $725 per month*
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • No Pets
  • 717-396-0889 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 419 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

LANDISVILLE APARTMENTS I

  • Seniors Ages 55 and Older Only
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $715 per month* 
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-898-8474 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 170 Elizabeth Street, Landisville, PA 17538
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

LANDISVILLE APARTMENTS II

  • Seniors Ages 62 and Older or Underage Handicapped/Disabled
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $690 per month* 
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-898-8474 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 170 Elizabeth Street, Landisville, PA 17538
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

MARKET SQUARE APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 55 and Older Only
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $605 per month*
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $685 per month*
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 610-373-1212 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 801 Penn Street, Reading, PA 19601
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

NEW FREEDOM APARTMENTS

  • General Occupancy
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $700 per month*
  • 3 Bedroom Apartment – $850 per month*
  • W/S/T Included
  • *Maximum & Minimum Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-227-9653 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 146 Springwood Drive, New Freedom, PA 17349
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

OAK BOTTOM VILLAGE APARTMENTS 

  • General Occupancy
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $683 per month*
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $745 per month*
  • 3 Bedroom Apartments – $850 per month*
  • W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-786-8019 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 123 Groffdale Road, Quarryville, PA 17566
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

RIVER FRONT APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 62 and Older or Underage if Handicapped/Disabled
  • Rent is Based On Income
  • E/H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Pet Friendly
  • 570-286-7707 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 130 South Front Street, Sunbury, PA 17801
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

SOUTHGATE APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 62 and Older Only
  • 1 Bedroom Apartment – $600 per month*
  • 2 Bedroom Apartment – $710 per month*
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 610-916-2943 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 815 West Leesport Rd., Leesport, PA. 19533
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

SOUTH SIDE LOFTS

  • General Occupancy
  • Preference given to artists however, you do not have to be an artist to apply
  • 3 Bedroom Apartment-$810 per month*
  • W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • No Pets
  • 610-625-4414 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 435 Hayes Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

UMBRELLA WORKS APARTMENTS

  • General Occupancy
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $689* per month
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $873* per month
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • No Pets
  • 717-293-1334 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 250 West King Street, Lancaster, PA 17603
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

WHISTLESTOP VIEW APARTMENTS

  • Seniors Ages 55 and Older Only
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments – $620* per month
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments – $695* per month
  • H/W/S/T Included
  • *Income Limits Apply
  • Section 8 Vouchers Accepted
  • Pet Friendly
  • 717-361-6273 TTY 711 or info@hdcweb.com
  • 443 West High Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.

51 affordable apartments coming to Lebanon County

Beach Run Apartments

The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) awarded $1,238,235 in Low Income Housing Tax Credits for Beach Run Apartments in Fredericksburg, Pa. The new 51-apartment affordable community will be developed and managed by HDC MidAtlantic.

“A safe, affordable place to call home is the cornerstone of household stability and growth,” said HDC MidAtlantic President & CEO Dana Hanchin.  “These new homes will add to the much-needed supply of workforce housing for major employers in the area including Bell & Evans, Sherwin-Williams and Ace.”

Beach Run Apartments will be located along North Center Street in Fredericksburg, Lebanon County, and provided high-quality workforce housing for residents in the area. The new community will feature 51 attractive, modern apartments including 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom floorplans. Six of those apartments will comply with Americans with Disabilities Act design standards.

Beach Run Apartments will target households earning between $10,040 and $66,480 annually.  Rents will range from $208 and $1,066 per month based on income.  The community will include professional on-site management, on-call maintenance, resident services, a community room, playground, walking trail and on-site parking for residents.

Local partners include Arthur Funk & Sons, Steckbeck Engineering & Surveying, Inc., and Architectural Concepts. The total cost of development is $14,675,030. Other committed sources of funding include Lebanon County and PENN Homes. Construction is slated to kick off in early 2020.

“Families in need of affordable housing live everywhere. Not only in large cities, but in small towns and in our own communities” said Arthur Funk & Sons, Inc., President Bob Funk.  “We are proud to be a part of the HDC MidAtlantic team providing an affordable place to live that helps families to begin on a path of new opportunity, and increased confidence and self-reliance.  ‘We Build’ means more than just construction. At Arthur Funk & Sons, we build community.”

Individuals interested in renting an apartment at Beach Run Apartments should contact HDC MidAtlantic Leasing Specialist Donna Overly at 717-291-1911 x8054 or info@hdcweb.com to have their names placed on an “interest list” to receive an application.

Founded in 1971, HDC MidAtlantic’s mission is to build hope and opportunity for nearly 5,000 residents to reach their full potential by creating, preserving and strengthening affordable housing communities throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.  HDC MidAtlantic owns, develops and/or manages more than 3,700 affordable apartments in 58 communities, providing equitable housing options and promoting healthy living through real estate development, property management and resident services. Find us at www.hdcweb.com.

HDC MidAtlantic is part of the NeighborWorks network, an affiliation of more than 240 nonprofit organizations located in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The NeighborWorks network was founded and is supported by NeighborWorks America, which creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities.

Gov. Carney and Sen. Coons Help Celebrate Progress at The Flats Housing Redevelopment

WILMINGTON, Del., July 29, 2019 – Today, Gov. John Carney and Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) were the special guests at an event celebrating The Flats, a multiphase housing project that is redeveloping Wilmington property from the early 1900s into quality affordable housing for low-income individuals and those with disabilities. Developers recently completed Phase II of the project, which is being led by Woodlawn Trustees, Inc. through its partnership with Todmorden Foundation, and have begun work on Phase III.

“The State of Delaware is pleased to support this important project, and we share in the vision of the partners working to bring new life to The Flats community by providing safe, affordable housing for its residents,” said Gov. Carney. “As the project progresses, I want to congratulate those who have worked so hard to see this come to fruition and commend them for their efforts to address a crucial need in this area of the city.”

FHLBank Pittsburgh and its members Fulton Bank and Wilmington Savings Fund Society have provided a total of $1.75 million in grants for The Flats through FHLBank’s Affordable Housing Program (AHP). Additional funding support was provided by JPMorgan Chase, Cinnaire and FHLBank Atlanta. Delaware State Housing Authority also provided $9 million in funding support for the project through the state’s Housing Development Fund.

“It’s rewarding to see the hard work of so many people and organizations give more Delaware families a safe, affordable place to call home,” said Sen. Coons. “By working together, these housing partners are providing a valuable service to our neighbors and helping to revitalize Delaware communities.”

Once completed, the development will have 434 modern, affordable units with access to public transportation, on-site supportive services, 24-hour maintenance services, free wireless internet service to help residents complete schoolwork and other important house tasks, and an on-site community center.

In addition to Gov. Carney and Sen. Coons, participants in today’s celebration included Rod Lambert, President and CEO, Woodlawn Trustees, Inc.; Ben Lovell, Chairman of Woodlawn Trustees, Inc.; Dana Hanchin, President and CEO, HDC MidAtlantic; Mike Purzycki, Mayor, City of Wilmington; Anas Ben Addi, Director, Delaware State Housing Authority; Winthrop Watson, President and CEO, FHLBank Pittsburgh; Tom Horne, President, JP Morgan Chase; Susan Frank, EVP Business Development, Cinnaire; and Steve Clark, Executive Vice President, WSFS.

The Flats has become a major driver of Wilmington’s economic development, representing a capital investment of over $110,000,000 in the city. The project has created hundreds of construction and auxiliary-service jobs and spurred new development in the neighborhood.

“Woodlawn Trustees is proud to be a part of The Flats redevelopment and to help individuals and families here in our home community of Wilmington thrive,” said Lambert.

 

About FHLBank Pittsburgh

FHLBank Pittsburgh is a congressionally chartered cooperative of local financial institutions operating across Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The Bank uses private money, not taxpayer funds, to assure the flow of credit and services to local lenders and helps them serve the affordable housing and community and economic development needs of the communities in which they operate. Each year, FHLBank sets aside 10 percent of its net income for AHP grants, which are awarded to project sponsors on a competitive basis.

 

About Woodlawn Trustees, Inc.

Woodlawn Trustees, Inc. was founded in 1901 by William P. Bancroft to continue his interests beyond his lifetime. Woodlawn’s core objectives are the preservation of open space for public enjoyment, affordable rental housing in the City of Wilmington, and orderly planned development to benefit the community and provide funding for Woodlawn’s activities. Woodlawn, together with Todmorden Foundation and HDC MidAtlantic, are in the midst of rebuilding the historic community known as “The Flats” originally built by Woodlawn over 100 years ago. Woodlawn celebrates its continued innovation in quality affordable housing and reaffirms its commitment to its residents and the community at large.