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Montgomery Housing Partnership (MHP) creates quality, affordable homes in Montgomery County and the surrounding region. Based in Silver Spring, MD, MHP is a private, nonprofit housing development organization. It accomplishes its mission by housing people, empowering families, and strengthening neighborhoods. MHP has developed and owns more than 2,100 apartments, condos, and townhomes in the area, including in Hyattsville, Rockville, Silver Spring, Takoma Park, Wheaton and Washington, DC.

Media Contact: Charlotte Garvey, Communications Manager Phone: 301-622-2400 Ext 38

Media Mentions & Releases 2019-20

Local Restaurant Donates Meals to Seniors During Outbreak, Montgomery Community Media, 3.2020

The Next 10 Years Will Determine the Fate of Affordable Housing in Montgomery County, Robert Goldman column, Council for Advocacy and Policy Solutions (CAPS) website, 1.2020

The Deeper Reason for the Season, Montgomery Blair HS Silver Chips, 12.19

Affordable Housing Expected Near Purple Line, Montgomery Community Media, 12.19

Five-Story Apartment Building Proposed in Silver Spring, Bethesda Beat, 12.19

Purple Line Could Endanger 17,000 Affordable Homes, Washington Business Journal, 12. 19

MHP and Purple Line Corridor Coalition Partners Make Housing Recommendations, media release, 12.19

Purple Line Corridor Coalition Recommendations Seek to Limit Gentrification, WAMU, 12.19

County Council Approves Funding for Land Purchase in Wheaton, Bethesda Beat, 12.19

Council Committee Approves Parkland Acquisition, Bethesda Beat, 12.19

Elrich Raises Concerns Over Parkland Proposal, Bethesda Beat, 11.19

Affordable Housing on Transit Land, Shelterforce Magazine, Fall 2019

Is Shame the Antidote to Affordable Housing NIMBYism? WAMU, 9.2019

Long Branch Festival Attracts 100s of Attendees with Music, Food, WDVM-TV, 9.2019

MHP President Urges Action on Affordable Housing, Washington Post Letter to the editor, 9.2019

Teen Mural Project Brings ‘Good Vibes’ in Takoma Park, Takoma Park News, 9.2019

MHP President Reflects on Affordable Housing Policy Gains, Challenges, Montgomery Week In Review, 7.2019

Residents Excited About Worthington Woods Acquisition, NBC Channel 4 Washington, 7.2019

DC Celebrates Preservation of 1,000 Affordable Units with Worthington Woods, , 7.2019

MHP Acquires Worthington Woods Apartments in DC, Bisnow, 7.2019

MHP Youth Residents Learn About Golf, 6.2019

MHP, Montgomery County DEP Collaborate to Share Green Resources with Residents, WDVM, 5.2019

MHP President Robert Goldman Discusses County Transition Team Recommendations, Bethesda Beat, 4.2019

MHP Celebrating 30th Anniversary, 3.2019


County Planning Assessment Cites The Bonifant as Success in Expanding Affordable Housing Access, 1.2019

The Bonifant Mentioned on Kojo Nnamdi Show on Generational Affordable Housing, WAMU-FM, 1.2019

2018 MHP President Robert Goldman on Montgomery Community Media’s “Montgomery Week in Review” show, 12.6.18 MHP President Robert Goldman quoted in The American Prospect on tax law changes and affordable housing MHP President Robert Goldman quoted by Bethesda Beat about changes to Montgomery County affordable housing program Source of the Spring: Sligo Avenue Space May Get Affordable Housing Development Washingtonian Magazine names The Bonifant as One of Six Favorite DC Area Apartment Buildings WJLA Focuses on Laundromat as Heart of Long Branch Neighborhood 2017: MHP Remembers the Lives Lost and Families Displaced One Year After Long Branch Explosion

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