Affordable Housing Units Getting Renovated In Odenton, Glen Burnie: Report
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MD - Two affordable housing communities in Anne Arundel County will get major renovations starting late this year and finishing around January 2026, The Capital reported.
The Capital said the Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County will spend a combined $60 million to update Stoney Hill in Odenton and Glen Square in Glen Burnie. Stoney Hill has 55 apartments at 500 Stoney Hill Court. Glen Square has 127 units at 102 Crain Highway North. Both apartment complexes house people with lower incomes who are elderly or have a disability.
"Pretty much we'll be renovating everything accept the walls," Housing Commission CEO Clifton Martin told The Capital, noting that the facilities are currently "vintage late 1970s, early 1980s." "They'll get a full refresh from top to bottom."
To learn how the projects were funded and why the county is pivoting away from public housing and toward the voucher program, read The Capital's full story. This article is only available to subscribers, however.
Anybody with an Anne Arundel County Public Library card can read the story by searching "Stoney Hill" or "Glen Square" at this link.
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