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Affordable Waldorf Apartments: Adam’s Crossing in the News

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We’re in the news!

Maryland Independent featured Adam’s Crossing’s affordable Waldorf apartments in an article on September 29th. The article recapped Community Development Network of Maryland’s visit to Adam’s Crossing for Maryland Community Development Week, The Development Week aims to promote the importance of community development in Maryland.

Andrew McGinty of Castle Development Partners built Adam’s Crossing because he saw a need for affordable housing in Waldorf. Adam’s Crossing implements a restriction allowing only households earning less than 60 percent of the area’s median income to reside in our apartments. This translates to $66,180 or less for a family of four. Members of this income bracket include “teachers…social workers, nurses, firefighters, government workers et cetera.” People like YOU!

The tour emphasized the connection between living conditions and health. Where you live impacts your health and life expectancy. The article quoted a startling statistic by Karyn Black. “25 to 33 percent of homeless individuals are at an increased risk of mental illness and 50 percent are at increased risk of drug abuse.”

Our contribution

At Adam’s Crossing, we strive to improve the health and well-being of the Waldorf community by offering affordable housing. If you work in Waldorf, you should be able to afford to live here. We acknowledge the health risks associated with poor living conditions. Adam’s Crossing wants to do our part to provide hardworking members of the community with affordable homes!

We must expand to further serve the community in its need for affordable Waldorf apartments, so we are adding forty-eight more units in the second stage of our development, Adam’s II. Haven’t taken a tour or Adam’s Crossing yet? Schedule a tour with one of our leasing consultants to check out our two or three bedroom apartments.

Thank you

A special thanks to Maryland Independent and the Community Development Network of Maryland for raising awareness through the wonderful article written about us.