Hispanic Heritage Month

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Hispanic Heritage month is September 15 – October 15. During this time Latino Americans are recognized for their contributions to American history and culture. Every year Jubilee Housing residents and staff members come together to plan a celebration in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. This year’s celebration started off with Jubilee resident board member Gilma Merino welcoming party guests and … Read More

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Jubilee Housing Receives Predevelopment Loans from DHCD

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Washington DC – In July of 2019, Jubilee Housing closed on the first two Oramenta Newsome Predevelopment Loans for predevelopment costs on two newly acquired properties, 1460 Euclid Street NW, and 1724 Kalorama Rd. NW. The two loans, which amount to $200,000, will be used to pay the design and architectural fees for these two buildings. 1460 Euclid Street, NW … Read More

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Celebrating Our Sponsors

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On June 18th, at our Celebrating Partners Cocktail reception, we are bringing together Jubilee Housing stakeholders – supporters, volunteers, and partners – to recognize creative and enduring collaborations. We’re highlighting our event sponsors with a series of short stories. Each of these sponsors have supported and help strengthen Jubilee Housing  throughout our history and in recent years! We are grateful … Read More

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Ribbon Cutting Marks Jubilee Housing’s Newest Justice Housing Property in Columbia Heights

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The Maycroft will serve 64 families and individuals with deeply affordable housing and supportive services Washington, D.C. – On April 11, 2019, Jubilee Housing will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Maycroft, a justice housing apartment community located in the heart of Columbia Heights. The Maycroft has 64 spacious units, a no-cost healthy food market, Jubilee’s Teen Drop-In Center … Read More

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Round Up July 2018

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Why Justice HousingSM? In an era of uncertainty, one thing is sure: D.C. is an expensive place to call home, and it’s only getting worse. Gleaming, new development dots nearly every community as luxury condos and high-end rentals explode out of lots that once housed working-class families. Locally owned businesses are getting priced out by gentrification to make room for … Read More

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Jim’s Corner

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This month, Jubilee Housing is excited to roll out our new five-year plan for justice housing℠, “Justice Housing in Action.” Justice housing is the foundation on which strong, equitable communities are built. Justice housing offers people of all income levels access to deeply affordable homes, with nearby services, in resource-rich areas—such as Jubilee’s core neighborhoods of Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, … Read More

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