About the Regional Project Based (RPBV) Program
The Regional Project Based Voucher (RPBV) Program is a joint effort between six Public Housing Authorities throughout the Baltimore Region, the Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership (BRHP), and the Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC). The goal of the Program is to encourage the development of quality affordable rental housing in high opportunity areas – safe neighborhoods with good public schools near job growth within metropolitan Baltimore using PBV in newly constructed, rehabilitated, or existing housing. The Baltimore Regional PBV Program was created to address the region’s current shortage of quality affordable rental housing and to promote a more equitable distribution of affordable housing opportunities.
- Baltimore County Office of Housing
- Baltimore Metropolitan Council
- Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership
- Harford County Housing and Community Development
- Housing Authority of Baltimore City
- Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis
- Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County
- Howard County Housing Commission
When homes attached to the project-based vouchers awarded by this program are ready to live in, our program will make referrals from the housing choice voucher waiting lists of the partner public housing authorities listed above. Most of those waiting lists are closed, with only the Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County and Harford County accepting applications. (You do not need to live in a jurisdiction currently to apply for a voucher there.) If you are currently on one or more of our partner housing authorities’ housing choice voucher waiting lists, you are already in line to participate in our Regional Project-Based Voucher Program.
If you are not already on a waiting list, or need assistance sooner, we suggest that you contact the United Way of Central Maryland by calling 211 or going to this web site. You can also go to www.MdHousingSearch.org, an online database sponsored by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development that has a focus on affordable rental homes. Finally, if you are homeless, the Health Care Access Maryland Rapid Rehousing program may be able to help you, although the process will likely take 2-6 months. You can contact them at (410) 649-0529.
Public Notice – Award of Project-Based Vouchers
The Baltimore Regional Project-Based Voucher Program has made the awards of project-based vouchers (PBVs) to the following proposed developments:
AUGUST 2020 AWARDS:
Eight (8) to NRP Holdings, LLC for Tanyard Apartments in Glen Burnie.
Eight (8) to Village at Little Patuxent, LP for Village at Little Patuxent in Gambrills.
MAY 2020 AWARDS:
Ten (10) to Blenheim Run I, LP for Village at Blenheim in Havre de Grace
Eight (8) to Conifer Realty, LLC for North Odenton Apartments in Odenton
Twenty-five (25) to Dorsey Overlook, LLLP for Dorsey Overlook in Ellicott City
Eleven (11) to MBID of Delaware, LLC (Ingerman) and Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc. for Willows at Forest Drive in Annapolis
Six (6) to Osprey Property Company II, LLC for Towns at Church Creek in Annapolis
Seven (7) to Taft-Mills Group, LLC for Enclave at Severna Park in Severna Park
Eight (8) to Taft-Mills Group, LLC for Towns at Odenton in Odenton
Six (6) to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Harmans Overlook in Hanover
APRIL 2019 AWARDS:
Twenty (20) to the Howard County Housing Commission for Artist Flats at New Cultural Center.
MAY 2018 AWARDS:
Five (5) to Homes for America for Homes for Fountain Green in Bel Air
Two (2) to Homes for America for Red Maple Place in Towson
Eight (8) to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Robinson Overlook in Columbia
Eight (8) to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Brock Bridge Landing in Jessup
NOVEMBER 2017 AWARDS:
Fifteen (15) to Volleyball House Apartments, LLLP for Riverwatch II in Elkridge
Six (6) to Towne Courts LLC in Annapolis