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Montgomery Housing Partnership (MHP) is the largest nonprofit housing developer in Montgomery Co., Md. MHP works to preserve and expand quality affordable housing options in Montgomery County by acquiring, rehabilitating, building and managing quality housing. The organization also works to strengthen neighborhoods by developing and implementing community life programs for residents and collaborating with concerned citizens and businesses, public officials and community organizations. MHP has developed more than 1,160 units of affordable apartments, condos and townhomes, and serves more than 1,300 families in Montgomery County.

For more information, contact:
Montgomery Housing Partnership
12200 TechRoad
Suite 250
Silver Spring, MD 20904-1983
301-622-2400

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