Woodmont Place is a stunning 35-home community located off of Good Hope Road in SE Washington DC. Nestled in parkland, the community offers ample open spaces, making these homes a unique oasis in the city. The homes at Woodmont Place are designed for modern living, featuring 2,500 to 3,000 sq ft of finished space and one-car garages. The exterior of the homes feature a detailed brick front with a gabled facade, adding to the community’s charm and appeal. This community is ideal for families or individuals looking for a peaceful and comfortable place to call home in Washington DC.
Congress Heights School is a state-of-the-art school located in DC. The school was built on a vacant and dilapidated property that had been left in disrepair for 27 years. The project involved a ground lease of 3100 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and over $30 million in renovations, giving new life to the building. The UDC’s community college consolidated its programs at the site, providing much-needed education and training opportunities to the Congress Heights community. Recent projects such as the Residences at Congress Heights and the Entertainment & Sports Arena have been undertaken to revitalize the neighborhood, and the Congress Heights School has the potential to provide economic opportunities for the community.
The Wilhelmina J. Rolark Apartments project is a mixed-use development in Ward 8 of Washington, DC. The 100% affordable project includes a total of 117 affordable dwelling units, catering to households at different income levels ranging from 30% to 80% MFI. The project also features an early learning center, neighborhood-serving retail and service uses, and office space. The transit-oriented development is adjacent to the Congress Heights Metro Station and the new Bard High School Early College, with easy access to public transportation and the Entertainment & Sports Arena.
Chatham Village Apartments in Easton, Maryland is a prime example of our commitment to affordable housing. HOME funds were utilized in its development, and the units are restricted based on HOME high and low requirements. With 74 residential units, including 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments, our community fosters a sense of belonging and inclusivity, allowing our residents to thrive. Our nonprofit corporation welcomes partnerships with businesses and organizations that share our vision to provide safe, affordable homes for those in need. Together, we can build stronger communities and make affordable housing accessible to all.