AHC Greater Baltimore director elected to Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition board

 

Andrew M. Vincent, director of AHC Greater Baltimore, Inc., a developer of affordable housing communities in the greater Baltimore region, has been elected to the board of directors of the Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition,(MAHC), an advocacy organization for affordable rental housing in Maryland.

Vincent, a graduate of Carleton College and Columbia University where he received a master’s degree in real estate development, was named director of AHC Greater Baltimore in 2007. Prior to joining the developer in 2004, Vincent was with Booz Allen Hamilton. He is a member of the Built Environment and Sustainability Committee of the Greater Baltimore Committee.

About Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition
MAHC was formed in spring 2000 and advocates for resources for affordable rental housing development through sustained or increased funding for established programs, such as the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) Rental Housing Programs. The organization also advocates on its own, and with its partners, to promote legislative initiatives that support the development and operation of affordable rental housing communities in Maryland. The Coalition is funded by the generous support of its member and sponsor organizations.

About AHC Greater Baltimore
AHC Greater Baltimore has been in the Baltimore region since 2002 and has developed six properties with more than 1,000 affordable apartments. Projects include Barclay Greenmount, Greenspring Overlook, Kirkwood House, Lansdowne Apartments, MonteVerde and Union Rowe. Additionally, AHC Greater Baltimore is on the development team for new construction in O’Donnell Heights. AHC Greater Baltimore is part of AHC, Inc., headquartered in Arlington, Va., a private, not-for-profit developer of affordable housing in the Mid-Atlantic region providing quality homes for low- and moderate-income families.

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