PHILIPSBURG, Pa. — Presbyterian Senior Living has completed a $10 million expansion at Windy Hill Village, a continuing care retirement community in the Central Pennsylvania borough of Philipsburg.
The project added a 48-unit apartment building to the property. The expansion was based on the Passive House design, which requires 50 percent less energy than other heating and cooling systems.
Dan Rothschild served as the project architect.
Of the 48 total units, eight are priced at market rate ranging from $850 to $1,100, and the remaining rentals will be subsidized by tax credits for individuals who apply and meet income limit requirements.
Presbyterian Senior Living was awarded $7.7 million in tax credits by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency for this project.