Kreider Commons is a 100 year old former shoe factory that's been adapted by Woda into a lovely, green and affordable rental community for seniors.

Westerville, OH, September 7, 2017…Kreider Commons was recently named Project of the Year in the 2017 Forever Green awards by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) – Central Pennsylvania. The Woda development in Lebanon, PA, earlier earned LEED Platinum Certification from USGBC.

Kreider Commons has 50 one- and two- bedroom modern affordable rental apartments for independent seniors. Woda adapted the site from the 1919 six story former A.S. Kreider Shoe Company manufacturing/warehouse building. Total development cost was approximately $12 million.

Contractor: Kinsley Construction, Inc.; Architect: Marks Thomas Architects; Survey/Engineering: Steckbeck Engineering; Property Management: Woda Management and Real Estate, LLC; Support Services: American Healthcare Group; Historic Consultant: Delta Development; Environmental Consultant: Sol Design + Consulting; Financing: PNC Bank, Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, and Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh.

For more information about the Forever Green award ceremony, visit Forever Green web page.