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Montgomery County PA is Investing in the North Hills Neighborhood

Montgomery County PA is Investing in the North Hills Neighborhood which is part of Upper Dublin Township.  The redevelopment is targeted for North Hills Manor which is a long standing community of 50 apartments and townhomes located between Logan and Chelsea Avenues on Walnut Avenue.  It was built in the early 1950’s by the Montgomery County Housing Authority (MCHA) with funding from the federal government.

Montgomery County, PA  wants to rebuild North Hills Manor.  Today, the North Hills Manor appears as a structure of brick townhomes that  seem to be physically and architecturally separated from the rest of the homes in the Upper Dublin Township community. Over the decades, the buildings’ systems have become antiquated and the living space does not meet today’s standards.  Rebuilding the North Hills Manor in a way which is respectful of the surrounding neighborhood, is critical to enhancing North Hill’s community value.

A community meeting was held on March 18, 2014 at the Upper Dublin Township Fire Station to announce this investment and the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a real estate development partner to lead the development, planning and investment at North Hills Manor.

In April 2014, the Montgomery County Housing Authority issued the RFP. Seven proposals were received and the MCHA expects to select a Development Partner in June 2014.  To view the RFP…

At the June 25, 2014 Board meeting, the Montgomery County Housing Authority Board of Directors approved the designation of Pennrose Properties, LLC as its real estate Development Partner for the revitalization of  North Hills Manor.

On July 29, 2014 Pennrose presented and received community input about the future of North Hills Manor.  To view the Power Point presentation please click here.


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Almost Final Redevelopment Plan for Willow Grove Naval Air Station

The final draft for the Redevelopment Plan for Willow Grove Naval Air Station is expected to be voted on March 21 and sent to the federal government for ultimate approval by March 31.  Below are some highlights.

  • 1,416 residential units on 176 acres
  • Hatboro-Horsham School District’s  will have 60 acres
  • Delaware Valley Historical Aviation Association will have 14 acres
  • Land for Bucks County Housing group

PennDOT and the Montgomery County need to figure out  long-term road plans.  For more information go to www.hlra.org.

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