Imagine a city strengthened through the vision of new communities. To ensure Baltimore City’s future, we want to create and build up neighborhoods so that our neighbors can thrive in peaceful settings and have a place to call their own.
GEDCO’s contributions to real estate development have strengthened Baltimore as a whole.
At Stadium Place, we will be providing additional housing and supportive services for older adults with an 88-unit, affordable senior building at Elkader Way. Furthermore, we will also be strengthening the culture of compassion and care at Stadium Place through the construction of The Village Center. Finally, GEDCO conducts Real Estate Consulting in conjunction with other nonprofit organizations within the community. We are currently working alongside another nonprofit service provider, Marian House, to redevelop a church parish house in order to provide supportive housing for women who are homeless.
These are just a few examples of how GEDCO creates sustainable communities that can rely on a continuum of care. For a full chronology of GEDCO’s history of development projects, click here.
The Village Center
The Village Center at Stadium Place is located along Ednor Road and East 33rd Street. The Center allows GEDCO’s seniors to further immerse themselves in community life and include: health and wellness provider(s), office space, a food place, beauty salon, and a common space for inter-generational activities. The project aligns with the overall mission of Stadium Place: to maximize the physical, social, and spiritual potential of individuals through a holistic continuum of support services and senior housing.
GEDCO purchased a building in the Govans community and through renovations transformed it into a Community Hub.
Real Estate Consulting
In addition to completing our own development projects, GEDCO’s Real Estate Development team also acts as a consultant for other local nonprofit organizations. These organizations draw upon GEDCO’s expertise and history of success as they lead their own initiatives within the community. The benefits of these services are two-fold, thus allowing our organization to generate another source of revenue, while simultaneously broadening our impact within the greater Baltimore community.
GEDCO has worked with other nonprofits such as Marian House, where we developed a church parish house in order to provide supportive housing for women who are homeless.