North Street Senior Residences Opens in Maryland

by Jeff Shaw

ELKTON, Md. — The Community Builders Inc. (TCB) and Home Partnership Inc. have completed construction on the $11 million North Street Senior Residences at 214 North St. in Elkton. Several local officials, including Elkton Mayor Robert J. Alt and Cecil County Executive Tari Moore, attended the opening of the new affordable seniors housing community.

The new development, built from a former historic county jail which was most recently a community center, brings 53 new units to Elkton area seniors.

The one-bedroom apartments average over 600 square feet of living space with monthly rents ranging from $434 to $675. The two-bedroom apartments offer nearly 900 square feet with monthly rents ranging from $755 to $795 depending on resident income.

North Street Senior Residences, which is managed by Habitat America, is the first TCB development in Maryland.

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