Adams Place- Cochranton, Pennsylvania
The Hudson Companies was awarded funding by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency to develop the 39-Unit Affordable Senior Housing property to be located in Cochranton, Pennsylvania.
Adams Place was named in honor of John Adams, one of the town’s most prominent and influential forefathers in the early establishment of the Cochranton Borough. Hudson worked closely with EPACC (Economic Progress Alliance of Crawford County) to position the building next to the Cochranton Community Services Complex off North Franklin Street, which houses ONE Federal Credit Union, Cochranton Family Practice and Cochranton Community Pharmacy.
The farm to table development concept was inspired from the community and their agricultural roots where farming and gardening is an integral part of their lifestyle. Adams Place will include a sustainable “farming” kitchen connected to a greenhouse that connects to raised garden beds. In addition, a second kitchen rounds off a generous ground level community room with access to a wrap-around porch with an exterior/interior fireplace connecting to the library, where Hudson’s signature Innovation Center will offer an innovative health and wellness curricula joint ventured with Thiel College, Allegheny College, and Primary Health Network. On the second and third floor, a multi-purpose activity room and the fitness center will reside. The spacious independent apartments will include individual washers and dryers. A design focus of environmental and innovative building features, cornerstones of a Hudson development, includes a rainwater harvesting system, garden composting, and energy-efficient controls that influence the ever-enhancing green technology.