Ribbon Cutting of Fairway Park Apartments
Thursday, November 14, 2013
10:00 a.m. Ribbon cutting ceremony with remarks by Mayor Vincent Gray, officials from the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency and the District Sustainable Energy Utility, and project lenders.
Mayor Vincent Gray (confirmed)
Commissioner Bernice Blacknell, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5D and Fairway Park resident (confirmed)
Pam Askew, WC Smith (confirmed)
Harry D. Sewell, DC Housing Finance Agency (confirmed)
Jodchum Poodt, DC Sustainable Energy Utility (confirmed)
Bryan Dickson, Citi Community Capital (confirmed)
David Bowers, Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.(confirmed)
Ed Delaney, Capital One (confirmed)
Fairway Park is the redevelopment of garden apartments in Washington’s Ward 5, significant for the preservation of affordable housing. The project will provide 408 units of housing affordable for residents with incomes below 60% AMI. Fairway Park offers community space, energy efficient appliances, and a new washer and dryer in every home. Financing for the development comes from Citi Community Capital, Enterprise Community Investment, Inc., Capital One, the DC Housing Finance Agency and the DC Sustainable Energy Utility.
2100 Maryland Ave NE, Washington, DC