HDC MidAtlantic begins $21.6M redevelopment project

HDC MidAtlantic has started a $21.6-million project to rehabilitate 208 affordable homes in four Pennsylvania properties, according to a report from Housing Finance.

The redevelopment project is comprised of four affordable housing communities: the 58-unit Springwood Glen Apartments in Middletown, Dauphin County; the 25-unit Apartments at Mulberry Corners in Lancaster, Lancaster County; the 60-unit Rockford Chase Apartments in Mountville, Lancaster County; and the 65-unit Wyndamere Apartments in York, York County, according to the report.

HDC will update apartments designated for individuals with disabilities to current Americans with Disabilities Act standards. The project includes the installation of new bathroom grab bars and roll-in showers with floor drains, accessible countertops and shelving, and new flooring, according to the report.

Architectural Concepts is the project’s architect, while Benchmark Construction is serving as the general contractor.

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