Saturday, November 05, 2011

H.U.D. Housing in Eldersburg?

Indeed there is. We are one more step to becoming an extension of Randallstown. You know those old brick apartments at the corner of Hemlock Avenue and Liberty Road, catercorner to the Denny's (you know in the 12 years that I've lived in Eldersburg I have never been to that Denny's?)? You may have noticed that they are updating the building. There is a big sign posted on the front lawn proudly informing the good folks of Eldersburg that the work is being done by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, more commonly known as HUD.

Well, now you know.

It appears the building is owned by Kuleana Gardens, a company in Pikesville. The building was constructed in 1964 and was sold in September for $650,000.


Rebecca @ Unexplained X2 said...

Not good...

Jaime said...

Coming Soon!

Kuleana Gardens is our latest affordable housing project. This nine unit apartment building located in Eldersburg in Carroll County will offer below fair market rents to people with disabilities and low income. The project is undergoing major renovations and is slated for completion by the summer of 2012.

The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation and the Maryland Affordable Housing Trust have contributed funding for this project.

In order to rent an apartment, you must go through Prologue (building owner/mgmt?). This is what Prologue does (from their website):

Who We Are

Prologue provides community-based supports for individuals recovering from mental illness through the following services:

Two Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs licensed in Baltimore and Carroll Counties, with accompanying Residential Programs

The Homeless Outreach Program designed to serve and assist homeless individuals who possess a diagnosis of mental illness and their families living in Baltimore County

A Supportive Housing Program offering affordable leases in desirable communities to persons with disabilities wishing to live on their own

A Wellness and Recovery Center managed by consumers that serves as a social and resource center for people recovering from mental illness


Prologue offers hope and support for people experiencing mental illness and/or homelessness. Prologue provides programs and services to help people succeed in self improvement and overall personal wellness. Prologue promotes choices, connection to resources, supportive relationships, and motivation for self sufficiency and life enrichment within the community.

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