First New Class-A Apartments in 40 Years Started in Northern Anne Arundel County 

$44 million in financing closes for amenity-rich market-rate 230-unit complex

BALTIMORE (Oct. 23, 2017) – Enterprise Homes, Inc., in partnership with Southview Development, owner of the Southview Shopping Center, has started construction of Woodfall Greens, a new Class-A community of 230 apartments in Anne Arundel County near the intersection of Route 2 and Hammonds Lane. Woodfall Greens will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments across five, four-story, elevator-served buildings, with the first homes opening in the fall of 2018. It will be the first Class-A apartment development in this part of Anne Arundel County in four decades.

“We’re excited to bring this new community to an extraordinarily convenient site in northern Anne Arundel County,” said Chickie Grayson, president & CEO of Enterprise Homes. “Woodfall Greens will offer a great place to live with great amenities in a great location.” 

All of Woodfall Greens’ Class-A apartments will feature high-quality finishes, balconies, in-unit washer/dryers, and state-of-the-art kitchens. Several one- and two-bedroom apartments will also offer dens. Community amenities include a club room, library/business center, fully-equipped fitness center, outdoor pool and deck area, fireplaces with seating areas, and barbeque grills.

Residents will have exceptional access to transportation, employment, shopping and recreation and cultural centers in the Baltimore/Annapolis/Washington, D.C. region. Nearby highways include Route 2, I-695, I-895, Baltimore-Washington Parkway, I-97, and I-95. Public transit is available through light rail at the Patapsco station, and local buses. Adjacent to the west is the Chesapeake Arts Center, which offers a variety of cultural amenities, including two theatres, gallery space, dance studios, and classes for all ages including theater, music, dance, ceramics, and visual arts. Adjacent to the north and east is the Southview shopping center, which will allow residents convenient doorstep access to a grocery store, pharmacy, and multiple restaurants.

Woodfall Greens will be built to the National Green Building Standard. 

“Woodfall Greens will strengthen the economic growth and diverse community workforce of north Anne Arundel County,” said Stephanie L. Williams, president of Bozzuto Management Company. “Access to a multitude of amenities and cultural centers, an extensive transportation network, as well as Bozzuto’s stellar management services will create an extraordinary experience for residents.”

Woodfall Greens will be managed by Bozzuto Management Company, one of the premier apartment management companies in the country. Grimm & Parker was the architect and Harkins Builders is the general contractor. 


Enterprise Community Partners is a proven and powerful nonprofit that improves communities and people’s lives by making well-designed homes affordable. We bring together the nationwide know-how, partners, policy leadership and investments to multiply the impact of local affordable housing development. Over 35 years, Enterprise has created nearly 470,000 homes, invested $28.9 billion and touched millions of lives. Join us at

Over more than three decades, Enterprise Homes, Inc. has earned an unparalleled reputation for creating thoughtfully-planned communities that deliver exceptional value and quality of life. Enterprise has developed communities that include more than 6,600 homes throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.

The Bozzuto Group is an experience-focused real estate company that is continually celebrated for its developments, customer service and workplace culture. With an expertise in homebuilding, multifamily development, construction and management for itself and its clients, Bozzuto is devoted to crafting extraordinary experiences. 

Founded in 1988, Bozzuto has developed, acquired and built more than 42,000 homes and apartments. Currently, it manages more than 65,000 apartments and 2.2 million square feet of retail space along the East Coast between Miami and Boston, in the Northeast and Chicago.