Presbyterian Senior Living Begins Construction of $10M Expansion in Pennsylvania

PHILIPSBURG, Pa. — Presbyterian Senior Living has broken ground on a $10 million expansion at Windy Hill Village, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in the Central Pennsylvania town of Philipsburg.

The 48-unit expansion, named Westminster Place at Windy Hill, will be age restricted and have rents classified as market rate and affordable. The units will be built with highly insulated, energy-efficient construction that requires 50 percent less energy to heat and cool.

The four-story building will include 37 one-bedroom and 11 two-bedroom units. Of the 48 total units, eight will be market rate (anticipated rent ranging from $811 to $1,086), and the remainder will be tax credit rentals with income limits.

Presbyterian Senior Living was awarded $7.7 million in tax credits by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency for this product to serve area seniors.

Dan Rothschild served as the project architect.

Presbyterian Senior Living is a nonprofit organization operator serving 6,000 seniors in 30 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Delaware.

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