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112 Affordable Apartments Top Off Across from Anacostia Metro
A year ago, the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency announced funding for an all-affordable development across from the Anacostia Metro station. Now, the project is poised to deliver this year.
MRP Realty and Taylor Adams Associates are developing a five-story, 112-unit building with 3,800 square feet of retail adjacent to Bethlehem Baptist Church site at 2442 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE (map). The apartments will be for households earning up to 50% of area median income (AMI), with the exception of six permanent supportive housing (PSH) units for households earning up to 30% AMI.
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Community Connections of DC will administer supportive services for residents of the PSH units. The unit mix will include 24 one bedrooms, 57 two bedrooms, and 31 three bedrooms; amenities will include a business center, a second-floor courtyard, a fitness center, and a community room. There will also be 49 parking spaces in a garage on the ground floor. Moya Design Partners is the architect.
The development is expected to deliver in the fourth quarter of the year.
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