SILVER SPRING, MD. (November 1, 2017) – Leading Washington not-for-profit real estate developer Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC) has secured $18 million in financing to preserve the Fort Stevens Place Apartments, which includes 59 residential affordable housing units in the Brightwood neighborhood of Northwest Washington, D.C. Fort Stevens
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
Mayor Pugh, Councilman Bullock, Senator Robinson Celebrate Affordable Senior, Disabled Housing Opening In Baltimore Dignitaries, community leaders, and citizens celebrate the $10 million renovations to
Baltimore’s West Side Hollins House apartments. SILVER SPRING, MD, May 17, 2017 — Baltimore City leaders including Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, Councilman John T.
BofA gets pushback from Highland Park neighbors MICHAEL SCHWARTZ, Richmond Biz Sense February 6, 2017 A group of Northside businesses and residents is trying to stop a banking giant from pulling out of their neighborhood. Bank of America is slated to shut down its Highland Park branch at 1307
CPDC Real Estate Developer Lee Alford Earns HDFP Designation Silver Spring, MD – On July 28, 2016 CPDC Real Estate Development Officer Lee Alford received certification as a Housing Development Finance Professional (HDFP) from the National Development Council (NDC). HDFP Certification is a professional credential given to individuals who