The Hamilton Station apartments in Fredrick, MD, consist of five walk-up, garden-style buildings providing 80 residential units. Units at Hamilton Station will only be available to people making less than 60 percent of the federally determined area median income — $126,000 for a family of four in Frederick County. Currently, the average rent for an… READ MORE
The Sojourner Place at Oliver project is a 90,000 square foot multi-family building totaling 70 units with a unique design that takes advantage of the site topography.
A mixed-income, mixed-use residential development providing apartment homes and commercial space in Havre de Grace, MD.
Initially built in 1964 as the Union Hall for Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers, the building ran community programs out of the building until some years ago. The building was declining rapidly and was in great need of repair. The Baltimore Unity Hall project converts the three-story union hall into a 30,000 square foot center for… READ MORE
Newtowne 20 was a revitalized development project that included replacing all of the 78 previous units with modern, energy-efficient apartments in a mix of different layouts and building types. It also included a new community building, basketball court, and tot lot. Previous residents were moved temporarily and returned to Newtowne 20 once it was completed.
Located at the corner of Charles and Read Streets, the magnificent Latrobe building has had quite the history. Originally an apartment building, it has been converted to medical offices, then partially back to residences, then to offices for Baltimore non-profit organizations. We’re proud to be part of the team now converting the historic Latrobe building… READ MORE
Hunters Woods Fellowship House is a 224-unit senior housing project in Reston, Virginia. This is a multi-phased project to renovate the facility. The initial phase includes base building upgrades and new accessible units with future phases renovating the remaining units.
Southway is working on the historic landmark of Baltimore, Lexington Market which is open now and will remain open during construction. The market itself was established in 1782 as just a plot of land with plank stalls for farmers to sell meat, eggs, and vegetables. The building itself was built 1803, and its legacy continued… READ MORE