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Foundation renovation to upgrade D.C. apartments for low- and moderate-income residents

TOWN SQUARE | The NHP Foundation, a 27-year-old nonprofit real estate corporation, recently began a $24 million rehabilitation of the Parkchester Apartments at 2704 Wade Rd. SE.
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