In the 1990s the community leaders of Southeast Baltimore judged that senior housing was the most pressing need in their communities, and Jubilee responded to their call with six developments that created 134 affordable apartments for seniors in the heart of traditional neighborhoods. The largest of these is the 57-unit building that we built at the invitation of the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA.)
This building makes it possible for seniors of limited income to live on the waterfront of the “Gold Coast” of Canton, one of Baltimore’s most heavily gentrified waterfront neighborhoods. Enterprise Homes provided construction loan guarantees and Enterprise Social Investment sold the tax credits that were needed to make this project happen. For this project, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development selected Jubilee as “Developer of the Year” in 2002.