Columbia, MD

Vote expected for housing project friendly to adults with disabilities

Kaleah Mcilwain
(Mission First Housing Group)

A proposed housing development in Howard County that would help serve people with disabilities is expected to be voted on, on Monday, April 4.

The proposed 76-unit apartment building at the northeast corner of Cedar Lane and Freetown Road in Columbia, Maryland, known as Patuxent Commons, would include 25% of housing for adults with disabilities.
(Mission First Housing Group)

Mission First Housing Group, a nonprofit developer, is expecting to start construction in 2023 if financial applications are successful.

The Howard County Council is expected to vote on the proposal on Monday.

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