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Edgewood Commons: Voices from the Village. A Dream Realized: Matthew Davis

Edgewood Commons: Voices from the Village. In a city known for singles and working professionals, Edgewood Commons (formerly Edgewood Terrace) is a community known for its families. Two decades ago, hundreds of people made the Edgewood campus ‘home’—a place to plant their roots, settle down and raise children, create

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Living Well! with CPDC

Living Well! with CPDC What better way to build vibrant communities than to grow and thrive together with healthy activities this spring? Join CPDC as we celebrate our Living Well! month with exciting events throughout our communities in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia this May! Living Well! Al Fresco Edgewood

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5th Annual MBT 5K: Edgewood Commons ‘Teams Up’ for Healthy Competition

5th  Annual MBT 5K: Edgewood Commons ‘Teams Up’ for Healthy Competition CPDC and Edgewood Commons will for the third year sponsor the Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) 5K—an annual race that has evolved into a springtime tradition bringing Edgewood residents together in the name of health and wellness. This year,

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Trusted Space Partners and CPDC Publish Whitepaper on Intentional Networks at Edgewood Commons

Trusted Space Partners and CPDC Publish Whitepaper on Intentional Networks at Edgewood Commons CPDC and Trusted Space Partners are changing the operating culture at Edgewood Commons through greater resident leadership, support, and interdependence!  Interested in learning more about this unique approach?  Read the dynamic new whitepaper, “The Power of Intentional

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Our Community Building Model: Engaging Residents at Edgewood Terrace

CPDC and Communities Together.  Growing and Thriving (2011 – Present) Tribute #14 – Our Community Building Model: Engaging Residents at Edgewood Terrace For many years, Edgewood Terrace was segregated.  As a campus with four buildings separated by fences and its residents further isolated given issues of race, age, culture and

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