For the past 24 years, CPDC has developed high-quality affordable housing working closely with residents to build communities that grow and thrive. One special area of CPDC expertise is “adaptive reuse” of abandoned historic structures, such as the Wiley H. Bates Senior High School—the only high school in Anne Arundel County that served African Americans prior to the integration of its schools. This remarkable story of the revitalization and adaptive reuse of the Bates school is an example of how CPDC partners with residents, communities, and local governments.
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CPDC is a nationally-recognized leader in affordable housing. It’s award-winning afforable housing preservation projects are known for their high-quality design, sophisticated financing, and robust resident services programs. In 24 years CPDC has acquired and redeveloped 26 affordable housing communities in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Today CPDC owns and operates over 4,300 residential apartments serving more than 9,300 residents. Learn more
What makes CPDC unique is its investment in working with residents as partners. CPDC provides high-quality, tailored, site-based resident services programs implemented through collaboration with other non-profits and community residents. Engaging residents intentionally is our focus. Learn more