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Edgewood Commons III

The high-rise community contains 200 one-bedroom units specifically designed for senior living. CPDC works to enable residents at Edgewood Commons III to successfully age-in-place by providing programs and community space that specifically address the needs of older adults. Residents have access to community meeting rooms, a dining room, an entertainment theater, health care and support

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Edgewood Commons IV

Edgewood Commons IV was the final phase of CPDC’s redevelopment of the Edgewood Campus. This 258-unit high-rise building contains 197 one-bedroom and 61 two-bedroom units. Residents of Edgewood IV, along with residents of each of the other three phases of the Edgewood Campus, take advantage of the numerous resident services housed in Edgewood Terrace. Property

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Fort Stevens Place

Constructed in 1952, Fort Stevens Place is a 59-unit multifamily tax credit apartment building located in the midst of a rapidly gentrifying area of Northwest Washington, D.C. In 2016, the tenant association exercised their rights under DC’s Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA) and selected CPDC to be the new owner and developer. Property Management Website

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CPDC | Affordable Low Income Apartments for Rent | Howard Hill | 1342 Howard Hill Road, SE Washington, DC 20020

Howard Hill

Howard Hill is a 43-unit, four-building, garden-style property located in Southeast Washington within walking distance to the Anacostia Metro station. Property Management Website

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CPDC | Affordable Low Income Apartments for Rent | Mayfair Mansions | 3744 1/2 Hayes Street, NE Washington, DC 20019

Mayfair Mansions

Mayfair Mansions boast an important role in the history of the District’s African American community. Originally completed in 1946, it is one of the city’s earliest garden apartment complexes and one of the first conceived and designed for working- and middle-class African American residents in the District. This 410-unit property contains one-, two-, and three-bedroom

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