Neston Heights Reaches New Phase
Residents, management, say South Side development represents change from the days of Delaware Terrace.
In today's Express-Times, Ed Seiger reports on Neston Heights, and talks to residents, management, and an Easton police lieutenant who say they're determined not to let the development go the way of its predecessor, Delaware Terrace.
Property manager Lorrie Seidel tells the paper residents must show that they work at least 32 hours a week or recieve Social Security disability payments. Residents must also undergo a criminal background check, and face eviction if police file more than three written reports about calls to their homes.
The story notes that the first resident of Neston Heights' senior housing section will move in on Wednesday.
More information about Neston Heights can be found at the website for Pennrose, the development's property management firm.
Based in Philadelphia, the company manages properties in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Ohio, Alabama and Tennessee.