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CPDC | Affordable Low Income Apartments for Rent | Meadowbrook Run | 3647 6th Street, SE Washington, DC 20032

Meadowbrook Run

Built in 1960, Meadowbrook Run is a 25-building, 259-unit garden apartment community located in Southeast DC. Property Management Website

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CPDC | Affordable Low Income Apartments for Rent | Oxford Manor | 2607 Bowen Street, SE Washington, DC 20020

Oxford Manor

Oxford Manor is a 226-unit apartment community located in Southeast Washington, DC near the Anacostia Metro Station. In addition to substantial renovations to the property, CPDC brought a robust resident services program to Oxford Manor. Community Awards & Honors Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND) Washington, D.C. Project of the Year Award, 2007 Property Management

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Randle Hill

Built in 1965, Randle Hill is a 17-building, 196-unit garden apartment community located in the Congress Heights neighborhood. Property Management Website

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CPDC | Affordable Low Income Apartments for Rent | The Overlook at Oxon Run | 3700 9th Street, SE Washington, DC 20032

The Overlook at Oxon Run

CPDC’s completion of the gut rehabilitation of The Overlook at Oxon Run (previously Parkside Terrace) in 2010 has served as a catalyst to the redevelopment of the Washington Highlands neighborhood of Ward 8 in DC. The Overlook at Oxon Run provides 316 one- and two-bedroom units of first rate affordable housing, including 181 units on

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CPDC | Affordable Low Income Apartments for Rent | Wardman Court Apartments | 1350 Clifton Street, NW Washington, DC 20009

Wardman Court Apartments

Originally built in 1918 as luxury apartments, the historically designated Clifton Terrace complex became a symbol of urban blight over the past 20 years. Today, Clifton Terrace, renamed Wardman Court, has completed a historic rehabilitation, including the redesign of 228 homes. Wardman Court Apartments offers a range of services to residents in and the broader

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