CRM Rental Management to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Mark Completion of Major Rehab of Apartments for Seniors in Binghamton
CRM to Unveil State-Of-The-Art Apartment Complex, ‘100 Chenango Place’
Binghamton, N.Y. (July 24, 2017) – CRM Rental Management, Inc. in conjunction with Liberty Affordable Housing, Inc. will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 25 at 11 a.m. to unveil and celebrate the successful completion of 100 Chenango Place, a brand new state-of-the-art apartment complex for seniors in Binghamton.
The 15-story building, formerly known as ABC Towers, will serve as an affordable senior housing solution. It’s newly redesigned to offer 144 apartment units and features a library, on-site laundry, off-street parking and 24-hour emergency maintenance. 100 Chenango Place is conveniently located on the local bus route and units are pet friendly.
Renovations to the building included replacement of all flooring, cabinets, closet doors and bath accessories in all apartments with Energy Star lighting and appliances, replacement of all exterior windows, replacement of the roof, modernization of the two elevators, exterior masonry restoration and waterproofing, resurfacing of the asphalt parking lot and exterior landscaping.
“This property could not have turned out more beautifully,” said John Varecka, President of CRM Rental Management. “There are so many positive changes happening in this community and CRM is proud of the role we’ve played, working in conjunction with Liberty Affordable Housing, Inc, to give this property new life and manage it effectively.”
The total rehabilitation and modernization of 100 Chenango Place complements “Southern Tier Soaring,” the Governor’s successful revitalization initiative to grow the economy and create new opportunities.
Studio and one bedroom units are available and you can submit a tenant application at 100chenangoplace.com.
CRM Rental Management prides itself on leading the industry in property management, building and managing safe, strong affordable housing complexes and contributing to the revitalization of communities throughout New York State.