“Today thanks to hard work and patience of a local investors Adam Guiffrida, we are proud to say we have scored our first but not last official victory. Several years ago the City of Scranton decided that tripling fees for its rental registration program was going to be one of the answers to its insolvency…. [Read More…]
Gov. Tom Wolf visited West Scranton on Friday to tout $2.5 million in state funds for a physical therapist to begin an envisioned “medical corridor” in the neighborhood. The Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) money was awarded to Scranton to support the project by Frank Cawley. The $5.5 million project in the 1100 block of… [Read More…]
After 21 years of planning, a long awaited project to renovate an old school in Scranton is just getting off the ground.
Construction crews have just started turning the former North Scranton Junior High School into apartments.
08/12/10 For the third year in a row, The University of Scranton made Forbes Magazine’s online listing of “America’s Best Colleges 2010.” The University of Scranton is among the elite universities included in ForbesMagazine’s online listing of “America’s Best Colleges 2010,” published on Aug. 11. Scranton, with a rank of 224, was among just 42… [Read More…]
It’s official! There are only a few other places better than Scranton / Wilkes Barre to buy real estate property. Many of us knew this all along. Local industry professionals like Realtors and Mortgage Professionals have seen it coming in the form of increased investment activity from the neighboring states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. We’ve… [Read More…]