It’s been estimated that nearly 50 percent of D.C. renters are cost burdened – they spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent. A public-private partnership looks to bring relief to some of these renters, specifically seniors in and around the submarket of Silver Springs, Md.
- Development features primarily cost-controlled, one-bedroom units.
- The cost to build this property was roughly $295K/unit.
- There is an apparent demand from senior for downtown units in and around D.C.
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