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SOME (So Others Might Eat) Preserves Much Needed Affordable Housing in Logan Circle

The architect for [the] Anna Cooper House is Miner Feinstein Architects and construction was completed by Bozzuto.

Read more at: https://www.lelezard.com/en/news-20036639.html

WASHINGTON, Oct. 7, 2021

 

 Senior affordable housing project receives support from County Council

The project, Catoctin View Apartments at 800 Motter Ave., is a renovation of the seven-story building to convert a 100-unit complex into 76 units. Milton Bailey, the county’s director of housing and community development, said before Tuesday’s meeting it is a modernization of the apartments and performing a “gut rehab” of the building.

Read more at: Senior affordable housing project receives support from County Council | Council | fredericknewspost.com

STEVE BOHNEL, Feb 18, 2020

 

 

Preserving and Improving Reston’s Hunters Woods Fellowship House

Rendering by Miner Feinstein Architects, LLC

Read more at: http://www.connectionnewspapers.com/news/2020/mar/03/preserving-and-improving-restons-hunters-woods-fel/

MERCIA HOBSON, March 3, 2020

 

 

Parkview Manor: A Day to Celebrate!

Robert Garren, who has lived at Parkview Manor Apartments in Hyattsville since 1995, spread his arms and said: “It’s a beautiful day!” The cause for celebration was the completion of a transforming renovation of the property, which provides 53 affordable residences in a residential neighborhood close to many amenities.

Read More at: https://mhpartners.org/parkview-manor-a-day-to-celebrate/ 

 

2018 Peerless Rockville Award

The Beall’s Grant renovation project was selected to receive a 2018 Peerless Rockville Award.

The Awards Committee wished to recognize Alan Miner for his work on this project, which received recognition for Stewardship of a Local Resource, and Rehabilitation.

PEERLESS ROCKVILLE, Nov. 2, 2018

 

 

 

 

Developers Seek to Restore Lost Luster to Baltimore’s Marlborough Building


Developers are ready to restore some of the original glory back to the building, which was turned into 300 tenement units in the 1970s. In 1997, the structure was redone into 227 studio and one-bedroom apartments and has served as a Section 8 property reserved for elderly residents. Hamel Builders is scheduled to begin construction in March 2015. Alan Miner of Miner Feinstein Architects is the project architect.


Read more at: Developers Seek to Restore Lost Luster to Baltimore’s Marlborough Building| Housing Finance Magazine

DONNA KIMURA, Feb. 9, 2015