To our LNWA group of companies, friends, and business partners:

As the tragic recent events have laid bare, black men, women, and children face discrimination every day. LNWA and Arbor Management stand together with the black community in condemning racism and inequality. As we move forward, we will follow the examples set by our Founder Leon Weiner, our employees, and members of the communities we serve. Leon was a champion of fair housing and equal justice; he developed the first integrated subdivision in Delaware, Dunleith. Additionally, our employees and our residents have created thriving communities, rich with diversity. LNWA and Arbor Management have made a $10,000 donation to be split between the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and its Wilmington Chapter, in the memory of George Floyd.

LNWA Returns to Housing Community After Nearly 40 Years

After building a 108-unit senior housing community almost 40 years ago, Leon N. Weiner & Associates (LNWA) returned to rehabilitate the property in Newark, Del. LNWA, a nationally recognized home builder and developer of affordable housing, was the original developer and construction manager of the community when it was built in 1979. The development consists of 108 one-bedroom, garden-style apartments for seniors and was financed with a competitive allocation of 9% low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).

“More than 30 years later, LNWA stepped up once again to act as development partner and contractor for this campus-wide renovation,” said Richelle Vible, executive director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington, the property owner. “They guided us through the process every step of the way, from tackling the application to finalizing the last items on the punch list.”

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Leon N. Weiner and Associates builds relationships with nonprofits

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