PITTSBURGH, PA – Arbors Management, Inc. is excited to announce that they are the new management agent of the Eva P. Mitchell building in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, as of May 24th, 2022. The property is located at 7113 Mary Peck Bond Place, Pittsburgh, PA, conveniently close to Lincoln Park, Highland Park, the Allegheny River, downtown shopping, and so much more. The Mitchell building, which was originally the historic Lemington Center built in 1883, is an affordable housing complex designated for elderly and persons with disabilities with 81 one bedroom efficiency units.
“We are very excited to be working with Eva P. Mitchell to continue the important work of providing affordable housing to the residents of the city of Pittsburgh,” said Christopher Wagner, President of Arbors Management, Inc. Pittsburgh has always been a lively and welcoming city, and has only grown in popularity over the years. “It’s no secret why people are moving to Pittsburgh left and right,” Christopher continued. “It’s an incredibly diverse city with plenty to offer for everyone who calls Pittsburgh ‘home,’ as well as visitors.” With plenty of public transportation, parks, shopping, grocery stores, and entertainment around every corner, the opportunities for the residents of Eva P. Mitchell and Pittsburgh alike are endless.
Beginning in 1982, Arbors Management, Inc. has built a portfolio of over 4,000 residential units with a large majority in the affordable housing segment across Western PA and West Virginia and continues to grow. The team at Arbors Management is looking forward to building a lasting relationship with the community at Eva P. Mitchell.
Read the article online here, or read it in print in the Pittsburgh Business Times on July 8th, 2022.
If you’d like to learn more about how Arbors can help you manage your property, please contact us.
Commencement celebrated with over 200 attendees and concluded with commencement speech by Christopher Wagner and diploma ceremony.
Monroeville, PA, February 25, 2016 – Triangle Tech of Pittsburgh celebrated its graduating class in a commencement ceremony held at the Chadwick, in Wexford, PA. The Ceremony was extremely well attended by 36 graduates as well as family, friends and faculty, bringing the total attendance to over 200 guests.
The event started at 6:30pm and included a wonderful buffet dinner, speeches by directors and faculty, awards, and a commencement speech by Christopher Wagner, President of Arbors Management, Inc. The evening concluded with the diploma ceremony.
Mr. Wagner congratulated the graduates on their achievements and spoke on trades and employment throughout history and today. He drew upon his vast experience in the Property Management Industry and gave some advice to the graduates about entering the workplace.
“What a wonderful, caring organization. It is very easy to see how much the leadership, faculty and staff truly care about each individual student. It was such an honor to be part of their commencement.” stated Mr. Wagner when asked about the event.
Arbors Management, and its subsidiary, Finish Line Maintenance, see the value in graduates from Triangle Tech and have recruited them for positions within their respective companies.
About Arbors Management
Arbors Management, Inc. is one of the oldest and largest property management firms in Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Founded in 1982, Arbors Management has continued to offer high quality services and has maintained its fine reputation for care and concern for its residents and property owners. Over the past 30 years, the company has developed a proven, hands-on approach to property management that is unparalleled in the industry.
Arbors Management employs over 100 professionals dedicating their efforts to the fiscal and physical management of residential, commercial, and condominium properties. Through our years of experience with highly qualified managers and accounting staff, Arbors Management, Inc. provides the management industry with a hassle-free and dependable property management firm.
With Arbors Management, you have our pledge, “To do what is best to maintain the quality of properties we manage and to find new and better ways to make the management of that property effective and efficient – thus improving the investment for the owners and creating a sense of home for the residents”
In Picture from L to R: Christopher Wagner (President of Arbors Management Inc.), Kevin Schifino (Assistant Director of Triangle Tech), Kendall Thomas (Acting School Director of Triangle Tech)
Thea Marcoux, Director of Marketing