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NHT/Enterprise Preservation Corporation

National Housing Trust- Enterprise Preservation Corporation is a joint effort of the National Housing Trust and Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. NHT-Enterprise collaborates with local partners and investors to raise the capital necessary to buy and renovate affordable apartments that are at risk of being converted to market rate or that are deteriorating. Using innovative, replicable financing mechanisms, NHT-Enterprise has preserved and improved more than 4,000 affordable homes in eight states and the District of Columbia.


National Housing Trust
1101 30th St. N.W.
Suite 400
Washington, D.C. 20007    

Phone: (202) 333-8931
Fax: (202) 833-1031

Kara Frank
Asst. to the Vice President

Grand Re‐Opening: Skyview Park Apartments Newly Rehabilitated

July 6, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — On July 7th, residents, neighbors, elected officials and community developers will celebrate the grand re‐opening of Skyview Park Apartments (43 Crown Circle), an enduring source of affordable housing in Scranton, P.A. Skyview Park Apartments underwent nearly $8.2 million in renovations to preserve 188 affordable apartments. The rehabilitation of the properties marks an important step in safeguarding affordable rental homes; an increasingly endangered resource in the city of Scranton and in communities across the country.

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PHA To Use On-line Housing Applications For First Time

Philadelphia, PA - March 2, 2010 - (RealEstateRama) -- The Philadelphia Housing Authority announced today it would begin accepting applications for the Housing Choice Voucher Program on-line, through its Web site,

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Governor Wolf Outlines How Restore Pennsylvania Will Benefit Municipalities

Building on his commitment to support Pennsylvania’s communities, Governor Tom Wolf spoke at the Pennsylvania Municipal League’s Capitol Conference to outline how Restore Pennsylvania will benefit municipalities and overhaul Pennsylvania’s infrastructure.