August 15, 2011

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Milton Harvest senior housing fully occupied on opening day

MILTON – Milton Harvest, the new 47-unit senior housing project on Route 9W in Milton, was fully occupied on opening day last week.

The project was developed by Richard Gerentine and managed by Rural Ulster Preservation Company. Gerentine also built the Jenny’s Garden communities in Marlboro and Golden View in Highland.

Gerentine also underwrote the construction of new sewer and water lines that will allow for further expansion in the hamlet of Milton.

Gerentine’s partner Joel Mounty and his Mountco Construction and Development built Milton Harvest and owns some 2,000 units of housing across the state.

Milton Harvest is the first non-smoking property Gerentine and RUPCO have opened.

People 55 and older are eligible to live in the one bedroom apartments if their total household income is at or below 60 percent of area median income.


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