Affordable housing development at Pinckney Hill Commons in West Chester officially opened its doors to eager residents following Wednesday’s ribbon cutting held in front of politicians, well-wishers, and dignitaries, writes Bill Rettew for the Daily Local News.
The apartments are available to middle income residents making them attractive for nurses, retail workers, and school workers, among others.
The property is owned and managed by Church Housing Corporation. The apartment structures are built on land leased from Melton Center.
“We are excited for the community because it brings people back to West Chester that usually could not afford to live in the borough,” said Tracy Patches, director of development for Church Housing Corporation.
Read more about the affordable housing development in the Daily Local News.