Liberty Mews is a 36 unit lease-purchase housing development in Oakland.
Liberty Mews received significant financing from the State of Maryland and through the Federal National Recovery Program. It is also part of a planned residential development known as River Hill and received support from the town of Oakland for its mixed income and creative design. First United Bank & Trust provided much of the equity required to make Liberty Mews a reality
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Liberty Mews Construction Pictures
GCCAC started construction in October for Liberty Mews, a 36 unit lease purchase housing development in Oakland. Mews will provide opportunity for tenants to eventually purchase the home they lease at an affordable price.
First United Bank and Trust provided much of the equity investment.
Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Ray Skinner makes comments at the Liberty Mews groundbreaking.
Robin Summerfield, Western Maryland Representative of U.S. Senator Ben Cardin, Maryland DHCD Secretary Ray Skinner and Oakland Mayor Peggy Jamison initiate construction for Liberty Mews.
Ron Waters, Deputy Director of Neighborhood Revitalization, Cindy Sharon, former GCCAC Director of Housing and Real Estate Development and Michelle Bass, Maryland CSBG Director celebrate the Liberty Mews groundbreaking.
Liberty Square is a 30 unit senior housing complex, located off of Liberty Street in Oakland.
Phase 1 of the River Hill, planned residential development, Liberty Square was completed in 2008.
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