Admiral Oaks holds an important place in CPDC history as the first affordable housing community that the organization preserved. The 159-unit community in Annapolis, MD is composed of two-bedroom townhouses and flats, and two-, three-, and four-bedroom garden apartments. Property Management Website
The Wiley H. Bates High School is a cultural landmark in Annapolis that sat vacant for over 20 years. The school was built in the 1930’s on land donated by Mr. Bates, a prominent African American businessman. CPDC performed adaptive reuse and transformed the property into a thriving 71-unit independent living community for low-income seniors.