The Purple Line Corridor Coalition brought together regional collaborators to commit to revitalize and preserve communities, support local businesses and connect workers to jobs along the Purple Line buildout.
Government, business and community leaders endorsed the Purple Line Corridor Coalition's goals at the agreement signing, where Enterprise's David Bowers emphasized the importance of collaboration in preventing resident displacement.
Regional leaders and representatives of public, private and community stakeholders are launching a plan to create pathways to opportunity for all who work, live and invest in the Purple Line corridor in Maryland.
Sun Crest Heights received a complete makeover via the inaugural Solarthon, a solar installation block party and fundraiser. Enterprise Community Loan Fund provided a $4.1 million loan to preserve the affordability of Sun Crest’s 44 homes. The loan was part of Our Region, Your Investment, a local impact investing initiative.
Chickie Grayson, president & CEO of Enterprise Homes, is inducted into the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame, recognizing her remarkable 30-year career of providing homes for low-income families and others throughout the Mid-Atlantic.