Mixed Income Communities

Managing Company: 360 Management Group
Property Manager: Griselle McFadden

About Constance B. Motley

Property Features

  • Laundry Facilities
  • Green Space with Bench Seating
  • Community Room and Gardens
  • Resident Services Program
  • Tenant Resident Council
  • Social and Volunteer Opportunities
  • Food Pantry
  • Security Cameras

Development Facts

Constance Baker Motley is a 45 home high-rise development, with a preference for Elderly and Disabled Residents. These are studio and 1-bedroom units that include a bathroom and living and dining areas, and some are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Uniform Federal Accessibilities Standards (UFAS). Elevator service and off-street parking are available. Parks, museums and restaurants are accessible.

RAD Group I

RAD Group I is a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and Project Based Voucher (PBV) development composed of 4 different developments – Constance B. Motley, Newhall Gardens, Prescott Bush, and Katherine Harvey Terrace. The development consists of a total of 144 units and 49 parking spaces. Both the C.B. Motley and Prescott Bush locations come equipped with brand new solar power panels on the roof for lower energy costs. The development is an elderly/disabled development.

All developments in RAD Group I underwent modernization under the HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) platform starting in 2018 and finalizing in 2019. The families who reside in the development are LIHTC and Housing Choice Voucher qualified. Under the HCV program families pay no more than 30% of their adjusted annual income for rent.

Community features include a designated laundry area in each of the four developments. Other amenities include 24-hour emergency maintenance, resident activities, food banks, security systems, designated parking lots, and onsite management offices.

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