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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| “West Baltimore Affordable Housing Complex Receives $10M in Renovations”

West Baltimore Affordable Housing Complex Receives $10M in Renovations May 15, 2017 Baltimore Business Journal An affordable housing complex in Hollins Market will celebrate $10 million in renovations this week after more than a year of construction. The 130-unit Hollins House in West Baltimore received a massive interior facelift,

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Q1 2017 Strategic Plan Progress Report Available

Q1 2017 Strategic Plan Progress Report Released Each quarter, CPDC reports on progress made towards our 2014 – 2018 Strategic Plan. On Monday, April 24th we released our Q1 2017 report which features advances in our real estate pipeline; community development efforts underway in Richmond, VA; strides in asset management and

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Tribute to Linda G. Davenport, Former CPDC Board Chair

Tribute to Linda G. Davenport, Former CPDC Board Chair It is with heavy hearts that CPDC bids farewell to our beloved Board Chair, Linda G. Davenport.  Linda passed away on April 17, 2017.   She joined our Board of Directors in 2014 and was appointed Chair in early 2015.  Linda’s

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