Marie Head, far right, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Multifamily Housing for HUD, presents the Community of Quality Award to Mary Anne Varesio, PRD Management’s Site Manager for Mullen Manor. Looking on are Kris Cook, President of NAHMA and Jim McGrath, PRD Management President.
GLOUCESTER TWP, NJ – The National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) has recognized Mullen Manor in Gloucester Township, NJ as a winner of its 19th annual Communities of Quality Awards. The community was recognized for “Exemplary Development for Residents with Special Needs”.
A project of the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, Mullen Manor offers 24 federally assisted apartment homes for disabled persons requiring barrier free living accommodations designed for the mobility impaired. The awards program acknowledges excellence in the physical and financial condition of the property; quality of life offered to residents; level of resident involvement in planning and problem solving; and the nature of collaborations with other organizations and agencies that contribute to the betterment of the lives of residents and the community at large.
Managed by PRD Management, Inc., Mullen Manor provides services to residents through a Resident Association that plans social and cultural activities and educational programs. A Community Center features a meeting and social room, kitchen, color TV and computer center.
Founded in 1977, PRD Management, Inc. has gained a reputation for providing high quality, affordable living environments for low-and moderate-income seniors, families and disabled persons. The company has extensive experience with both private and federally funded housing and currently manages over 1,800 apartments in multiple states. Mullen Manor is one of four MSAA properties managed by PRD, including MSAA Commons in Cherry Hill, MSAA Manor in Glassboro and Roebling Arms in Roebling, NJ.
For more information on PRD Management and the MSAA communities, visit www.prd.net.