Chamber Chamber: Luminest gets property improvement award

Luminest Community Development has won the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce‘s Chamber Property Improvement Award for the Parkview Corner project. 

Luminest was nominated and had to adhere to this criteria:

Each entry had to include an overview of the project including total cost of the project (include all materials, labor, subcontractor and other related costs); project start and end date; contributors to the project (architects, suppliers, sub-contractors, etc); the reason for the project and photos of before/after.

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Luminest board at award ceremony: front row: Eric Wagaman; back row: Bryan Knoll, Guy Henicle, Rosa Lazu, Bonnie Zehler, Kandy Kane. (Submitted photo)

It also needed to address one or more of the following:

  • Design and use of space
  • Degree of difficulty
  • Workmanship and quality of construction
  • Appropriateness to surrounding/existing structure(s)
  • Effect on neighborhood/community
  • Overall economic impact on community

Parkview Corner is Luminest’s newest community located off of Main St in Chambersburg.  The project provides opportunities to house seniors in apartments that are accessible and geared towards the needs of aging adults 62 or older.

Parkview Corner continues to fulfill Luminest’s vision Building Stronger Neighborhoods, Better Homes and Brighter Futures.

About Luminest

Luminest Community Development, formerly Valley Community Housing, started in July 2002 as a startup non-profit to develop affordable homes in Franklin County. The Board of Directors envisioned building stronger neighborhoods, better homes and brighter futures for families throughout Franklin County.  Luminest Community Development achieves those goals with each new development.  


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