NHPF Builds Washington, DC

NHPF BUILDS The District of Columbia

The NHP Foundation (NHPF) is a leading provider of affordable housing in 16 states and the District of Columbia. We are proud to say that NHPF owns a total of 1,519 units in the District, more than in any other geographic area in the country. The NHP Foundation (NHPF) is a leading provider of affordable housing in 16 states and the District of Columbia. We are proud to say that NHPF owns a total of 1,519 units in the District, more than in any other geographic area in the country. The organization was founded in the District of Columbia as a not for profit corporation in 1989, thus ensuring a substantial future presence in Washington, DC. Our first property in the District, The Roundtree Residences, was built in 2013 and NHPF now owns 10 properties in the District. The Roundtree Residences was co-developed as a ground-up project in coordination with the Allen Chapel AME via NHPF’s Affiliate Program, which partners with under- resourced community, religious, or other local organizations to provide expertise and funding. The Roundtree Residences, an environmentally sensitive project, was completed on time, under budget, and has won several awards. Since 2013, NHPF has developed five more properties via the Affiliate Program and seven through the District’s unique TOPA program (The Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act of 1980). TOPA affords tenants living in the District of Columbia unique rights to assume control and agency over their housing circumstances. TOPA gives residents and tenants’ associations a first shot at purchasing the building in which they live. The TOPA process contains specific procedures which ensure tenants have enough time to assemble the right financing, negotiate a fair contract, and settle with the landlord on the sale of the property. Properties developed via TOPA include Takoma Place, which has recently completed an extensive renovation and Parkchester Apartments, a valuable source of affordable housing in Southeast DC. The acquisition and rehabilitation of Parkchester Apartments was followed by two additional TOPA

acquisitions: Benning Heights Apartments and Woodmont Crossing Apartments. Currently, NHPF is overseeing the renovation of another TOPA property, Anacostia Gardens Apartments. Looking to the future, Columbia Heights Village and Ridgecrest are major redevelopments in the works for the coming years. Columbia Heights Village will include the additional construction of several hundred units. Needless to say, NHPF’s portfolio and previous developments have led to excellent community, municipal and government relations in the District.

NHPF Builds the District of Columbia.

Today, NHPF is proud to be undertaking several major new construction projects . Via the NHPF Affiliate Program, the organization is proud to be building The Strand. NHPF, The Warrenton Group (TWG), and the Washington Metropolitan CDC (WMCDC), a faith-based affiliate, collaborated to develop this landmark project in an historically underserved community. The Strand is a mixed-use, mixed-income development featuring an 86-unit midrise building (new construction), new retail space (10,000 SF) and the renovation of an historic theater in Washington, DC’s Deanwood community. In addition, ground has been broken on the ground- up construction of 41 units of affordable housing at 17 Mississippi Avenue in the Congress Heights area in DC’s Ward 8. It will feature nine units of permanent supportive housing for people who are experiencing homelessness or are in need of mental health support. NHPF is dedicated to preserving and creating sustainable, service-enriched multifamily housing, and single-family homes that are both affordable to low and moderate income families and seniors, and beneficial to their communities. Preserving and expanding access to affordable housing in our nation’s capital is just one way that NHPF strives to build and preserve more equitable, resilient communities that people can afford.

Anacostia Gardens 3600 Ely Place SE, Washington, DC 20019 / 100 units

Anacostia Gardens Apartments is a 100-unit market rate property located in Washington, DC’s Fort DuPont neighborhood of Ward 7. The property was built in the early 1960s and consists of one E-shaped building with flat roofs. It is adjacent to the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy

and is located in a Qualified Census Tract (QCT). Anacostia Gardens Apartments offers 37 one-bedroom / one-bathroom units, 49 two bedroom / one-bathroom units, and 14 three-bedroom / one and a half-bathroom units. The apartment units have gas heating and hot water, and electric for lights, appliances, and air- conditioning. Each unit has its own heating system and hot water heater. The NHP Foundation embarked on a moderate rehabilitation of Anacostia Gardens in early 2020 in order to provide upgrades to all major building systems, as well as refurbishment of the facility’s common areas and exteriors. This rehabilitation improved Anacostia Garden’s long-term financial viability and market appeal, thereby preserving this affordable property for another generation.

Benning Heights 4807 Alabama Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20019 / 148 units Benning Heights Apartments is a 148-unit all brick, garden style walkup apartment community. The property is made up of one-, two-, and three- bedroom units, all spread over 24 two-story buildings. Benning Heights is located just minutes from DC’s public transportation

system making it an ideal home for commuters. Comfort, convenience, and affordability are waiting for you at Benning Heights Apartments. We take pride in providing a professional staff and well-manicured grounds.

Columbia Heights Village Apartments 2900 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 / 406 units Columbia Heights Village is a 406-unit, 31 building apartment development located in the vicinity of Harvard Street and Columbia Road in Washington, DC. The property is composed of three different property types: a ten-story high-rise, garden-style homes and seven town homes.

Fully renovated in 2001, Columbia Heights Village Apartments offers exceptional subsidized housing accommodations consisting of High Rise, Garden Style and Town home apartments in the heart of the vibrant Columbia Heights neighborhood. The community is walking distance to Columbia Heights Metro Station (Green/Yellow line). Further renovation of the property, including the construction of another 109 units of affordable housing, is slated to begin in 2022.


Parkchester 2704 Wade Road SE, Washington, DC 20020 / 94 units If you are looking for convenience, comfort and affordability Parkchester Apartments is unbeatable. With the option to choose from our spacious one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, you can trust that you have found just what you were looking for. Location and convenience are the

earmarks of Parkchester Apartments. Located in Southeast DC, an up and coming area in the Nation’s Capital, Parkchester is an easy walk to local shops. Washington Public transportation is available just outside the front door. A recreation center is located just across the street.

Ridgecrest Village Apartments 2000 Ridgecrest Court, SE, Washington, DC 20020 / 272 units Ridgecrest Village is located in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC. The property consists of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units in 13 three-story buildings. A substantial, two-phase renovation of the property is due to begin in 2022 and 2023. Takoma Place Apartments 6676 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20012 / 105 units T akoma Place will provide long-term affordable housing in an up and coming Washington, DC neighborhood. Built in 1953, the property consists of seven, four-story apartment buildings. It is located across the street from the former Walter Reed Medical Center, which is being redeveloped into a

3.1 million square foot mixed-use campus. NHPF and the Takoma Place Tenants Association recently partnered to complete a $31.7 million rehabilitation of the property using low income housing tax credits as well as subsidies provided by the DC Government.

The Roundtree Residences 2515 Alabama Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20020 / 91 units

Enter the elegant two-story lobby of our brand new apartment community for those over 55 and feel instantly at home. A welcoming fireplace, light and airy internet cafe, and cheerful exercise room melt the cares of the day away. Welcome to easy living made affordable. Settle in to your bright, open-plan living room with floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy a meal at the breakfast bar of your fully-equipped kitchen with its warm wooden cabinetry and planked floors.


The Strand Residences 5119 Nannie Helen, Burroughs Ave NE, Washington, DC 20019 / 86 units Once completed in the first quarter 2021, The Strand Residences will bring 86 affordable apartments (71 one-bedroom and 15 two-bedroom units) to the Deanwood neighborhood. One-third of the units (or twenty-eight units) will be replacement housing for the nearby Lincoln Heights and Richardson

Dwelling properties and will be affordable to households who earn less than 30% of the area median income. The building also has two retail bays for neighborhood-based companies, a gym and bike locker, a patio and lounge, and two large community rooms. The Residences is next door to the Strand Theater, a historic landmark that the NHP Foundation intends to renovate in 2020.

Woodmont Crossing Apartments 2327 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC 20020 / 176 units Enjoy all the benefits of living in an exciting world capital at Woodmont Crossing, a 12-building, garden-style property. Take the nearby Metro or a Metrobus to work or a night on the town. Travel only five minutes to downtown DC and spend a Saturday afternoon visiting Washington’s

museums and monuments.

17 Mississippi Apartments 17 Mississippi Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20032 / 41 units Due to be completed in mid-2023, 17 Mississippi Apartments will provide 41 units of newly constructed affordable housing in the Bellevue neighborhood of Southeast Washington, DC. This new six-story building— four wood-framed stories on top of a two-story concrete podium—will be

built into a gently sloping hillside on the south side of Mississippi Avenue and will provide 10 on-site parking spaces. The units will be a mix of studios, one bedroom, and three bedroom apartments.


Mission The NHP Foundation is a not-for- profit real estate organization dedicated to preserving and creating sustainable, service- enriched multifamily housing that is both affordable to low and moderate income families and seniors, and beneficial to their communities.

Vision A future where communities flourish because attractive, sustainable housing options and life-enhancing services are ensured for income-challenged Americans.

Values NHPF seeks to promote greater diversity, inclusion, racial equity, and social justice in addition to its long-established mission of providing sustainable, service- enriched affordable housing. NHPF is committed to increasing access to opportunities for historically underrepresented individuals and businesses in the development and operation of affordable housing communities.


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