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Get Excited For Maryland's First Green House Project

Stadium Place Green House Construction Progress
Green House Residences at Stadium Place

Have you heard about the newest and biggest innovation in assisting frail elders to come to Maryland? Do you know someone who needs long-term skilled nursing care?

The Green House® Residences at Stadium Place in Baltimore, an innovative long-term care community for elders, and the first of its kind in Maryland, will be opening in spring, 2012. Developed by Dr. Bill Thomas, The Green House model replaces traditional nursing home facilities with inviting, comfortable, social living spaces and private bedrooms that research shows help elders to live happier, more satisfying lives.

As construction of the Green House Residences approaches the half way mark, the project’s developer, Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation (GEDCO), and operator, the Associated Catholic Charities, will host an open Orientation, Update and Celebration on Wednesday, August 31 at Stadium Place.

The public is welcome to attend a series of informational sessions to learn more about the Green House model and celebrate the progress in constructing Stadium Place.

The sessions will include an overview of the Green House model by Project Guide Melissa Honig of NCB Capital Impact, the nonprofit organization supporting national replication of the Green House Project. Catholic Charities will answer questions about living and working at the Green House Residences and GEDCO will provide updates on the construction progress as well as refreshments.

The event will be held at 2011 at Venable Apartments II at Stadium Place (1030 E 33rd Street), Baltimore, Md. GEDCO members and guests will have priority seating for the 12:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. sessions. You may also join us at 10:45 a.m., 2:00 p.m., or 3:30 p.m. Please park along Ednor Road. Since seating is limited for each session, please RSVP by August 26th.

Click here to RSVP!

One thought on “Get Excited For Maryland's First Green House Project

  1. I have been following the progress of this project for some time and am so pleased to see it coming out of the ground. Could you please advise where I may get more complete details of what has been done. I think this is a very important urban response in providing living opportunities for older people

    Ken Blair

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