In the last 15 years, AHC Inc. has invested nearly $60 million in Baltimore’s Park Heights neighborhood through four properties that provide more than 500 affordable homes for a variety of residents, including senior citizens, homebuyers, families and the disabled. “AHC believes we can make a bigger impact in the community by focusing our investment in a specific area,” explains Andrew Vincent, AHC Greater Baltimore Director. “Providing more opportunities for quality affordable housing in a concentrated area can help tip the balance in a neighborhood and bring it to life.”…
Riad is a junior in high school who volunteers with AHC’s After-School program once a week. His family’s connection to AHC’s Resident Services program began more than 15 years ago when his family arrived in Arlington from Sudan…
The aging of America presents an increasing housing challenge. In the last 10 years, AHC has developed several affordable apartment communities to help older individuals maintain their independence and age in place. All provide programs and staff designed specifically to keep senior citizens active and engaged. When it was built, Hunter’s Park was the first new construction of affordable housing in Arlington in eight years.
February 5, 2015 – Davis Place, a 10-unit condominium in Arlington’s Nauck neighborhood, has received a DESIGNArlington 2015 Merit Award. The biennial awards program aims to increase public awareness of outstanding design in Arlington. Davis Place, which was developed by AHC Inc., provides affordable homeownership opportunities for moderate-income families. The project was designed by Cunningham Quill […]
(December 23, 2015 – Arlington, VA) – AHC Inc. has been busy in 2015 – working hard to bring more than 1,500 new or renovated affordable apartments to the mid-Atlantic region. We have opened the doors to two brand new apartment buildings, started or completed renovation of five existing affordable rental communities, and created new partnerships […]
(November 5, 2015 – Arlington, VA) – AHC Inc., a leading developer of affordable and mixed-income housing in the mid-Atlantic region, closed yesterday on the $8.5 million purchase of a three-acre site in the City of Alexandria’s Beauregard neighborhood. The new development, St. James Plaza, will transform property owned by the St. James United Methodist Church […]
Arlington, VA (October 25, 2015) – AHC Inc., a nonprofit affordable housing developer based in Arlington, VA, elected new Board members at its recent Annual Meeting. Jacqueline Coachman and Tom Klanderman have been elected for three-year terms. Robert Bushkoff and Scott Ritter have been re-elected for additional three-year terms. Jacqueline Coachman was born and raised […]
(October 27, 2015) – Arlington’s newest Little Free Library opened today at 1723 North Veitch Street. The new mini library, which offers free books to share from a free-standing wooden box, is the result of a collaboration between a community member and a local nonprofit affordable housing organization, AHC Inc. “Colonial Village West has been […]
(September 10, 2015 – Arlington, VA) – AHC Inc., a not-for-profit affordable housing developer, yesterday presented Arlington County with a $2.5 million loan repayment – one of the organization’s largest lump sum payments. Since the 1980s, Arlington County’s Affordable Housing Investment Fund (AHIF) has loaned funds to developers like AHC to help acquire, build or […]
AHC is deeply grateful to the volunteers who make such a difference to our students. This fall we celebrated our Volunteers of the Year and honored one individual (or group) from each of our primary groups of volunteers – After-School, Teen Tutoring and Student Volunteers. “AHC is so fortunate to have hundreds of wonderful volunteers […]
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