Marc D. Jonas, Esq. Secures Approval of Zoning Amendment for the Redevelopment of North Hills Manor in Upper Dublin Township
The redevelopment of the 50-unit North Hills Manor residential development is a significant step closer, as a result of the passage of a zoning ordinance text amendment submitted by Marc D. Jonas, Esq., with the assistance of Michael E. Peters, Esq., to Upper Dublin Township on behalf of Pennrose Management Company.
The property, located on Walnut, Linden, Logan, and Chelsea Avenues in the North Hills section of Upper Dublin Township, was acquired by Montgomery County Housing Authority in 1952. The current barracks-style housing will be replaced by a combination of modern twins and apartment buildings. The redevelopment and management will be the responsibility of Pennrose. The project is slated to cost $17 million and take approximately three years to complete.
Pennrose is a premier real estate development and residential property management company. As an innovator in building design and operational management efficiency, Pennrose has delivered lasting value for customers and the multifamily housing market for more than 40 years. To learn more about the company, please visit www.pennrose.com.
The Montgomery County Housing Authority (MCHA) provides housing and homeownership opportunities for low and moderate income persons and families. MCHA is a multidimensional agency looking for creative ways to meet housing needs in Montgomery County. To learn more about the MCHA, please visit www.montcoha.org.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Mr. Jonas has been named a Leader in Real Estate/Land Use law by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. His peers have recognized him as a Pennsylvania “Super Lawyer,” and he has been selected repeatedly by U.S. News as a “Best Lawyer” in both Land Use and Zoning Law and Land Use and Zoning litigation for the Philadelphia Metropolitan area.