The Village at Slippery Hill
In June 2020, Gillis Gilkerson (GGI) announced the completion of Phase I construction on The Village at Slippery Hill, an affordable housing project on Nesbit Road in Grasonville, Maryland. The project received certification from Energy Star and National Green Building Standard.
“This was our sixth successful affordable housing partnership with Green Street Housing,” said GGI President, Dwight Miller. “We understand the demand for affordable housing across our nation and in this local market; hundreds of applications have already been submitted for units. We are proud of our team for overcoming multiple new challenges and providing solutions to get the project to the finish line.”
Phase I of IV includes 32 townhouse units and 34 apartments with over 10,000 square feet of commercial space. It covers close to 88,000 square feet between four buildings, each with three to four floors, brick veneer, Hardie plank exterior cladding and shingle roofing.
Phase II will add a 51-unit senior living center equipped with an elevator, followed by the addition of 68 townhouse units in Phase III and a 4,800 square foot freestanding commercial building fronting Nesbit Road in Phase IV. The commercial building will feature units of varying sizes with custom buildout options available.
Green Street Housing partnered with TM Associates for site development and management. This project received a 2018 allocation of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Debt and equity capital provided through Bank of America and Hudson Housing Capital. The onsite GGI team included Project Manager Mike Truitt, Assistant Project Manager Daniel Ash, and Superintendent Bill Shaivo.