Lansdowne, MD – Tuesday’s grand opening of new affordable rental housing in the Baltimore Highlands neighborhood gives senior citizens who grew up in the area a chance to age gracefully in familiar surroundings.
Secretary Skinner joined Enterprise Homes CEO Chickie Grayson and Baltimore County officials for the grand opening of The Greens at English Consul, a $14.6 million project financed with the help of $2 million from the Rental Housing Works initiative.
“It’s part of our strategy to support these projects because it allows people to age in place and still live in the same communities where these families lived all along,” Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said in an interview with The Daily Record. “So they’re near families, they’re near friends and they’re still in their existing communities, where they are most comfortable.”
Secretary Skinner noted that including the Greens at English Consul, DHCD has over 80 affordable rental housing projects throughout the state that are in various stages of construction or underwriting. Continue reading