Neducsin Properties and Neducsin Management have been established in Manayunk for more than 20 years providing over 200 well maintained rental apartments, homes, and commercial properties within most tenants budgets. Units range from studio apartments to 1, 2, or 3 bedroom units. Neducsin Properties has been consistently awarded Best in Apartment Living by the National Tenant Association.What you need to know...
We manage rental, retail and commercial properties throughout the National Historic District of Manayunk. This 19th century mill town has been our springboard to develop unique architectural opportunities for apartment living, private homes, retail and commercial properties. Learn more >
An awards dinner was held Tuesday evening, July 26 at Gemelli's Restaurant, Main Street, Manayunk. Hosted by Dan and Luana Neducsin of Neducsin Properties, Inc., a real estate development company, and attended by the 2012 scholarship recipients and parents, Director of North Light, Irene Madrak, and selection committee members; Gina Gondos, and Drew Swift and other guests.
Neducsin Properties has been present in this district for over 20 years, by establishing this partial scholarship we have been able to assist families directly in the community. It is a chance to recognize young students who have worked hard and achieved solid standings because of their community involvement, academics, sport activities while often working part-time jobs. It has become especially important for us to give something back, directly to the community, stated Luana Neducsin.
I recognize the sacrifice parents must make in today's society to provide for their families and to meet their children's educational needs. It is one of my greatest achievements in life to be able to develop this fund that can be of some financial assistance to these young students and their future, stated Dan Neducsin
Pictured from left to right: Neducsin, Spirit of Manayunk scholarship recipients 2012. Houda Khaled, JR Masterman High School will attend Wellesley College; Caitlyn Ullman, JR Masterman High School will attend University of Pennsylvania; Caitlin Weiss, Mount St. Joseph Academy will attend University of Pennsylvania; and Frank Legrady, Roxborough High School will attend St. Joseph's University in the fall.