Affordable Housing in

Hagerstown, Maryland

7 E Washington Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Rental Information,
Amenities, and Floorplans


Alexander House

Prominently located in the center of downtown Hagerstown, Maryland, Alexander House was built in 1928 as a hotel in the Renaissance Revival style. It was renovated in 1978 to accommodate 95 units set aside for low-income disabled residents and elderly residents aged 62 and over. The 10-story property also includes over 30,000 square feet of commercial and community space.

$ 5,975,000

Alexander House consists of 68 studio and 27 one-bedroom units. All of the current households receive rental subsidies through a project-based Housing Assistance Payment contract with HUD.

The Alexander House purchase price was $5,700,000. It was 100% financed by the Enterprise Community Loan Fund. Acquisition and closing costs were covered by NHPF equity and a loan for predevelopment expenses was provided by Falls Church Development Corporation (FCDC). Secured financing and funding for this project include:

$ 5,700,000Enterprise Community Loan Fund (Purchase Price)
$ 275,000 Owner Equity (Transaction Costs & Immediate Repairs)


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NHPF’s diverse income and rent structure provides housing for a range of households from low to moderate income. Notwithstanding income levels, the same level of amenities and access to our services is offered to all residents.

This property is just one example of how NHPF’s commitment to affordable housing has helped American families.

Headquartered in New York City with offices in Washington, DC, and Chicago, IL, The NHP Foundation was launched on January 30, 1989, as a publicly supported 501(c)(3) not-for-profit real estate corporation. NHPF is dedicated to preserving and creating sustainable, service-enriched multifamily housing that is both affordable to low and moderate income families and seniors, and beneficial to their communities. NHPF also provides a robust resident services program to more than 28,000 community residents. Through partnerships with major financial institutions, the public sector, faith-based initiatives, and other not-for-profit organizations, NHPF has preserved 90 properties, totaling 16,000 units in 19 states and the District of Columbia. Today, NHPF’s portfolio includes 49 properties, totaling 8,400 apartment units, in 15 states and the District of Columbia.