Our multi-state portfolio consists of 100 rental communities totaling 5,983 multifamily units serving families, older adults, and persons with special needs.
CHP has provided housing preservation and development services since 1984. Over the years, we have utilized local, state, and federal funding assistance to preserve historic buildings, renovate and improve aging multifamily housing stock, and create new units of attractive, sustainable, affordable, and workforce housing. CHP’s portfolio includes rental communities in Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida.
We have an accomplished real estate development team based in Richmond, Virginia, with vast experience in securing and assembling project financing from a broad range of private and public sources. CHP is committed to the incorporation of green, sustainable design and building practices and components into all the properties that we preserve or create.
Our development accomplishments resulted in our selection for the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Affordable Housing Preservation Initiative, acceptance as a chartered member in NeighborWorks America, and selection as one of 13 members of the Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) collaborative of exemplary multi-state nonprofit affordable housing providers.
CHP served as co-developer of Residences at North Hill, part of an ambitious, mixed-income community in Fairfax County’s Mount Vernon District. It features 279 affordable apartments across five, four-story garden-style buildings, plus community amenities.
CHP's Legacy on Main will bring 56 units of affordable rental housing to Blacksburg, Virginia. Located off of South Main near a grocery store and shopping area, Legacy on Main will have access to amenities, public transportation, and jobs.
The new Trinity Court will provide 54 affordable apartments in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Located near Umstead Park, this development will replace the 40 existing units with new, modern units in garden-style apartment buildings.
CHP has completed renovations at J. Van Story Branch Apartments, a 20-story, 350-unit apartment community in Baltimore's Charles North neighborhood. The $72 million project was CHP's largest real estate development and second in Baltimore.