New Apartments For Low-Income Seniors In Md. | Community Spirit
New apartment homes in Silver Spring, Md., will now be available to very low-income seniors provided by the Archdiocese of Washington’s affordable housing agency and federal and county governments.
Located at 721 Beacon Road in Silver Spring, Md., the three-story building includes 48 one-bedroom apartments for those who are 62 or older, and whose incomes are at or below 50% of the area median income. The building includes patio and porch areas, an art and crafts room, a library with computers, fitness room, wellness center, and community room.
Join Bishop Holley and Reverend Michael Johnson, Pastor of St. Camillus Church, along with many others at the dedication on Monday, Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. in Md.
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