A apartment complex with a modern look to it

Bloomsburg Silk Mills Site Project

Developed on an abandoned industrial complex, Bloom Mills Apartments provides 140 low cost units to seniors and more importantly, a comfortable living environment with a sense of community for it’s residents. 

History

The Silk Mills industrial complex had been abandoned for years. There was a serious need for low cost senior housing. CSG saw an opportunity to revitalize the area and provide a great service to the area residents. 

Project Details

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The Impact

Bloom Mill Apartments:

Year: 2017

Investment: $10,590,053

Description: Affordable Senior Rentals

Number of Units: 40 (62+)

Funding: LIHTC, PennHome, Act 137

Silk Mill Apartments:

Year: 2020

Investment: $13,088,160

Description: Mixed Income Rentals

Number of Units: 64

Funding: CDBG-DR, PHARE, Private Financing

Mulberry Mill Apartments:

Year: 2023

Investment: $12,668,543.00

Description: Affordable Rentals (<60% ami) & Community Services Facility

Number of Units: 44 (62+)

Funding: LIHTC, PHARE-HTF, PennHOMES, Act 137, & Private Financing

Status: Under Construction

The HUB at the Mills:

Year: 2022

Investment: $1,457,272

Description: Commercial Office Suites located on first floor of Mulberry Mill Apartments, dedicated to Support Service Agencies, with outdoor office & event venue

Funding: RACP, Private Investment, & Mortgage

Status: Under Construction

The Kathy L. Lowe Memorial Pavilion:

Year: Phase 1 2023. Currently Fundraising for Phase 2.

Address: 236 W. Sixth St, Bloomsburg PA 17815

Description: The Kathy Lowe Memorial Pavilion, located just steps from The HUB at Mulberry Mill, is an outdoor meeting and events venue made of hand-milled timber and stone. Full office technology capabilities, gas heat and working fire place, and removable walls make this an open-air venue that can be used for meetings, special events and gatherings, or telecommuting workspace 9 months out of the year. Phase 1, funded through PA State RACP funds, will build the foundation, timber frame, and roof. Doors, fireplace, and additional amenities will be added as new funding for each additional item is secured. You can support Phase 2 of this project by donating in Kathy Lowe’s memory.

Thank you for your generous support of Phase 1:

    • Senator John Gordner
    • Representative David Millard
    • Community Giving Foundation: Berwick
    • Columbia County Commissioners Chris Young, David Kovach, and Rich Ridgway

Mills on Market:

Year: 2023

Investment: $5,863,016

Description: Affordable Residential Condominiums for Purchase (<80% ami)

Number of Units: 9 (62+)

Funding: LIHTC, PHARE-HTF, PennHOMES, Act 137, & Private Financing

Status: Under Construction