Groundbreaking Scheduled for Senior Living Community in Germantown
The project will feature 133 senior units – 121 of them affordable housing and 12 market-rate units. Thirty units will be one-bedroom and 103 units will be two-bedroom. Financing includes $17.1 million in Housing Opportunities Commission bonds and Montgomery County loans totaling $3.1 million, according to a county press release.
Counting the Phase I apartments, constructed in 2001, the Churchill Senior Living will consist of 254 units on completion, 242 of them affordable to seniors earning incomes not exceeding 50-60 percent of the Average Media Income.
Leggett and Rice will be joined by retiring Department of Housing and Community Affairs director Richard Nelson, Joe Parreco of Oakwood Properties and Churchill Senior Living, and other local, state and federal officials.