AHC Inc. and Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland just broke ground on a 195-home, deeply affordable community. The development is one of the largest new construction, affordable developments of its kind in Montgomery County. AHC will develop 168 affordable rental units across six new buildings. Habitat will develop and sell 27 affordable homeownership homes — 24 garden-style condominiums in two buildings and three single-family detached homes with Universal Design features. The community will have 85 hard-to-find, family-sized, three- and four-bedroom homes.
In addition to large, family-sized units, the Randolph Road community will include a community center, onsite resident services staff and programming, a fitness center, and a half-acre public park with a playground, picnic area, inviting pedestrian walkways, and open lawn areas. Space will be available onsite for a future childcare provider.
The in-person groundbreaking ceremony hosted over 200 guests, including high-ranking officials from Montgomery County, Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland, the state of Maryland, and more. Check out coverage of this important AHC Inc. milestone in The Washington Post.