EHC selected for Park Heights Redevelopment Environmental Due Diligence Phase

EHC is proud to have been selected by the NHP Foundation, a non-profit real estate organization, to complete the required ASTM Phase I/II and the HUD Part 50 National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Assessment for the redevelopment of a property in Central Park Heights, Baltimore City, Maryland.

The environmental documentation included the assessment of impacts on or from air quality, airport hazards, Airport Runway Clear Zones, Coastal Barriers Resources, Coastal Zone Management, Endangered Species Act, Environmental Justice, Explosive and Flammable Hazards, Farmland Protection, Flood Insurance, Floodplain Management, Historic Preservation, Noise Abatement, Sole Source Aquifers, Contamination and Toxic Substances, Wetlands, Wild and Scenic Rivers, Environmental Review (lead-based paint; radon; asbestos), land development; socioeconomic, and Community development and services.

This vital project will provide senior housing for low and moderate-income seniors and improve roads and sidewalks for the surrounding community. EHC’s mission to make an impact for the good of communities is mirrored in the NHP Foundation’s dedication to preserving and creating sustainable, service-enriched multifamily housing.