Officials Celebrate Opening of Phase II of Churchill Senior Living
Almost two years to the day after the groundbreaking ceremony for Phase II of Churchill Senior Living in Germantown, Montgomery County officials returned to participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony.
County Executive Isiah Leggett along with District 2 Councilmember Craig Rice took part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Churchill Senior Living, Phase II, a mixed-income six-story apartment building for seniors age 62 or older in Germantown. Phase II is an addition to the Churchill Senior Living center located at Father Hurley Boulevard in Germantown.
The new addition contains 134 units, of those, 121 units are affordable housing and 13 are rented at market-rate. While a majority of these units are occupied, approximately 50 remain available for new rental.
“Churchill Senior Living, Phase II is another positive result of our mission to create and preserve affordable housing, especially for seniors,” said Leggett. “This initiative is part of our ongoing effort to make Montgomery County a community for a lifetime.”
Leggett was joined by Rice, Department of Housing and Community Affairs Director Clarence J. Snuggs and Joe Parreco, developer, Oakwood Properties.