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Winter Weatherization Toolkit

Is your home ready for winter? You may not be quite ready to dust the cobwebs off your winter coats and sweaters, but it’s not too early to begin thinking about getting your home ready for “old man winter.” Making your home more energy-efficient through weatherization efforts can save

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RAD-Fueled Renovation of Housing Complex a Hit in Baltimore

RAD-Fueled Renovation of Housing Complex a Hit in Baltimore Brad Stanhope, Senior Editor, Novogradac & Company LLP A $10 million renovation of the 130-apartment Hollins House affordable apartment complex in West Baltimore was a good fit for the city and a great match for developer Community Preservation Development Corp.

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New Lake Anne Fellowship House Plans Move Forward

New Lake Anne Fellowship House Plans Move Forward 240 Affordable Apartments for Low Income Seniors to be Replaced RESTON, VA (June 22, 2017)–Fellowship Square Foundation (FSF) and Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC)  are moving forward with zoning approval and entitlements needed for the redevelopment of Lake Anne Fellowship

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NEWS| “This southeast DC affordable housing complex just opened a makerspace”

This southeast DC affordable housing complex just opened a makerspace July 5, 2017 Technical.ly Capital One and Community Preservation and Development Corporation teamed up to bring innovative art and technology to affordable housing units in D.C.’s Ward 8. The new Makerspace inside The Overlook at Oxon Run opened to the public on June 28. The space

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NEWS| “Capital One is behind D.C.’s new free creative workspace”

Capital One is behind D.C.’s new free creative workspace June 29, 2017 Washington Business Journal A new space has opened in D.C.’s Ward 8 to host artists who specialize in everything from sewing to circuit-making — all for free for the ward’s residents. The creative-tech hub, dubbed Makerspace, comes

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