Downtown Wayne, W.Va., Brownfield Site Transformed into Affordable Housing and Commercial Space
Christmas came early to downtown Wayne, W.Va., during a November ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the new face of the town square: the Urlings Building. Once the home of Urlings General Store and the site of the town’s first Ford Motor Company dealership, and in recent years a Dollar General store, the 10,000-square-foot building – after sitting empty for two years – was transformed into five energy-efficient units of affordable multi-family rental apartments.
FHLBank Pittsburgh Welcomes Five New Members in Fourth Quarter
FHLBank Pittsburgh Announces Results in Board Election
Senator Joe Manchin Helps Celebrate Nearly $1.8 million in Affordable Housing Grants