In Development: 0
Square Feet per Home: 8509
THE GREEN HOUSE® Residences at Stadium Place will be a unique, four-level Green House project designed in an urban setting, with a separate residence on each floor providing a home to 12 elders (including one semi-private room). It will serve 49 elders, with at least 60% of beds reserved for those with Medicaid eligibility. Porches on each side of the building will give elders a chance to enjoy the outdoors and will overlook a new playing field for area children. There will also be a lower-level with a therapy room and a beauty salon. GEDCO (Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation) is developing THE GREEN HOUSE® Residences, which will be operated by Associated Catholic Charities.
Sponsoring Organization History
GEDCO, based in Baltimore, Maryland, is an innovative, faith-based not-for-profit organization that has successfully developed a series of affordable housing projects with supportive services. THE GREEN HOUSE® Residences at Stadium Place is an important component of GEDCO’s plan to develop a mixed-income, urban retirement community with a holistic continuum of care on the site of the former Memorial Stadium. The Stadium Place campus currently includes 340 apartments for low- and moderate-income older adults, as well as a YMCA, a community-built playground, ThanksGiving Place (a meditative park), and the Ripken Youth Ball Field (a.k.a. Memorial Field at the Y). Planned market-rate apartments and condominiums and a Village Center (with a restaurant and health and wellness center) will serve residents and the surrounding community.
Sponsoring Organization Mission
Mission: In partnership with faith communities, GEDCO provides affordable housing with supportive services and assists in meeting emergency needs of community residents.
Vision: GEDCO communities welcome and support people with special needs and foster each person’s maximum human potential.
Values: GEDCO is committed to a just society that respects the dignity and worth of all people, values diversity, upholds community, encourages each person’s contributions, and fosters growth toward personal independence.
Ted Gross, Director of Senior Services (GEDCO)
Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation
1010 East 33rd Street
Baltimore, MD 21218