PIRHL and HIP celebrate completion of new affordable community in Annapolis, historic street dedication in Parole residents
Annapolis, MD (May 9, 2022) – PIRHL and Housing Initiative Partnership (HIP) will host a ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate the completion and official opening of its new 42-unit stacked townhome development in the Parole community, 3 miles east of historic downtown Annapolis. The mixed-income workforce housing development offers eight (8) two-bedroom, and thirty-four (34) three-bedroom units; a bike trail and playground; and a Community Resource Center featuring a community room, fitness room, business center, resident services office, and on-site leasing office.
The buildings are designed to achieve Enterprise Green Communities Certification. HIP will provide access to its onsite Resident Services Program for the residents.
Towne Courts Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting
Street Naming Dedication ~ Francis Noel Way
The Honorable Steuart Pittman, County Executive, Anne Arundel County
The Honorable Gavin Buckley, Mayor, City of Annapolis
The Honorable Rhonda Pindell Charles, Alderwoman (Ward 3)
Performance by Monarch Academy 4th Graders
MaryEllen Melcher, PIRHL
Maryann Dillon, HIP
Tuesday, May 10th | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
100 Francis Noel Way, Annapolis, MD 21401
Founded in 2004, PIRHL is a nationally recognized full-service developer, general contractor and owner of affordable and workforce housing. PIRHL’s approach leverages deep expertise in acquisitions and asset management, development and construction with strategic financial and local partnerships. To date, PIRHL has developed over 7500 units in nine states. The company delivers high quality affordable and workforce housing developments that transform communities and stabilize the lives of our residents across the Midwest, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeast regions of the U.S. To learn more, visit www.PIRHL.com
Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc. (HIP) is an innovative, green nonprofit housing developer and counseling agency based in Hyattsville, Maryland, dedicated to revitalizing neighborhoods. HIP creates housing and economic opportunities for persons of low- and moderate-income, and provides services that improve the quality of life in the communities we serve across Maryland. For additional info about HIP’s services and programs, please visit us at www.HIPhomes.org.
For photos or additional info about Towne Courts, please contact:
Kelly Steele-Moore, PIRHL – email@example.com
Lesia R. Bullock, HIP – firstname.lastname@example.org | cell 301-875-3389