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Greenville focused on development, blight

GREENVILLE – The partial collapse of a three-story brick building on Main Street last week has placed renewed emphasis on issues related to economic development and blighted properties along the downtown business corridor. The building in question, located at 173 Main Street, suffered another partial collapse a few weeks earlier, according to Manager Jasson Urey. […]

Hudson Companies Closes Construction Financing for The Julian

Hudson Companies is pleased to announce it has closed construction financing for The Julian, located on Melwood Avenue in North Oakland, with mortgage advisory services provided by Pittsburgh Based JLL, with local lenders Dollar Bank and PenTrust providing mortgages. Once complete, the high rise property will house 148 luxury apartments with onsite subterranean garaged parking, Sky Lounge, Fitness Center, […]

Developer pitches senior housing to new council

It’s been several years since the Warren City Council took steps to lend its support to a proposed senior housing complex on the corner of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Warren. Kelley Coey, director of development for Hudson Companies, pitched the Eagles Crest project to the current council during Monday night’s meeting. The […]

Hudson Companies Welcomes the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board

The Hudson Companies is pleased to announce and welcome the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to 375 Elm Street in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board selected 375 Elm Street as the location of its regional Montgomery County office and will benefit from the property’s prime location within the Conshohocken and Greater Philadelphia marketplace. The Hudson Companies has been a long time leader […]

Hudson Companies acquires historic St. Michael’s School

Hudson Companies is pleased to announce the acquisition of the historic Margaret Brown St. Michael’s School in Greenville. This local icon will provide affordable housing for active seniors and a community center that will complement the community. The historic structure will endure while undergoing a renewal conforming to U.S. Green Building Council Standards for energy […]