1984: 7 pastors of different denominations along the York Road corridor get together to address the housing crisis for older adults in northern Baltimore City
1985: The 7 pastors develop Epiphany House, a 33-unit housing facility for low-income seniors (ages 62+) and older adults (ages 55+) with a disability, in a pre-civil war era hotel
1988: The pastors assume Ascension Homes, three renovated single family houses in Govans operating as group homes for individuals with chronic mental illnesses.
1991: Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation is incorporated
1994: GEDCO opens CARES, which provides emergency food and financial assistance to community residents.
1994: Harford House opens, a 26-unit permanent residence for formerly homeless men that offers counseling and supportive services.
1996: GEDCO renovates and opens Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gallagher Mansion, a historic mansion that was part of the Underground Railroad and now contains 40 permanent housing units for older adults.
1999: GEDCO awarded rights to the former Memorial Stadium, home of the Baltimore Colts and Orioles, to develop Stadium Place.
1999: GEDCO opens Micah House, a permanent housing and supportive services for formerly homeless men and women.
April 2004: The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Court Apartments open, the first on Stadium Place Campus
September 2004: Our Partner, The Y of Central Maryland opens on Stadium Place campus
December 2004: Ednor I Apartments open on Stadium Place
August 2006: Venable II Apartments open on Stadium Place
September 2008: Ednor II Apartments open
April 2012: Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Green House Residences open
July 2014: Heritage Run Apartments open
February 2017: GEDCO scheduled to break ground on the Village Center.