MHP is proud to announce its latest acquisition: Worthington Woods Apartments in Washington, DC. This is MHP first property located in the District. Worthington Woods, located at 4419 3rd St SE, provides 394 units. This brings the total of affordable homes provided by MHP to over 2,000! Learn more about the Worthington Woods acquisition, which was […]
MHP’s 2019 Norman Christeller Golf Classic included a golf clinic for middle-school-aged residents who take part in MHP youth programs. Proceeds from the golf tournament help fund MHP student enrichment programs.
MHP has many green projects underway as we celebrate Earth Month 2019. One of these is the annual Long Branch Cleanup of Sligo Creek in Silver Spring. A big crowd of volunteers removed many bags of trash and recyclables, and also removed invasive species from the banks of the creek. MHP’s Paul Grenier talks about […]
The Montgomery County Council’s budget deliberations are in full swing and we need you to be a champion for programs that support affordable housing in the county. Access to quality, affordable housing serves as an important source of stability for our neighbors who face economic challenges. On Wednesday, April 24, the Council’s Planning, Housing and Economic Development (PHED) and Health and Human […]
Residents of The Bonifant, MHP’s quality, affordable senior housing in downtown Silver Spring, have access to a wide array of activities and celebrations that help create a sense of community. Residents recently celebrated National Sing Out Day with a rousing karaoke session:
MHP President Robert Goldman asked the Montgomery County Council to provide more funding for acquisition and preservation of affordable housing in the FY2020 budget. He also asked the council to consider supporting MHP’s Play & Learn preschool program, which he noted “directly aligns with the county’s goal of ensuring that all of our children enter […]
MHP Robert Goldman, a member of County Executive Marc Elrich’s transition team, talked with Bethesda Beat about the transition team’s recommendations to increase residents’ access to affordable housing in Montgomery County. Advisers Recommend Doubling Funding for Housing Program