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EFFECTIVE ON January 1, 2020, below is a table detailing the current operating charges along with new increases.

Current Operating Charge 2020 Operating Charge Increase Amount Effective Jan 1, 2020
Cinder
1 Bedroom $306.00 $309.00 $3.00
2 Bedroom $413.00 $420.00 $7.00
3 Bedroom $465.00 $475.00 $10.00
4 Bedroom $598.00 $610.00 $12.00
Brick/ Shingle
1 Bedroom $354.00 $360.00 $6.00
2 Bedroom $445.00 $455.00 $10.00
3 Bedroom $490.00 $505.00 $15.00
4 Bedroom $665.00 $685.00 $20.00

In memory of the Veterans who fought for their country.  Thank You HGW Electrical

BEFORE ANY PAINTING OF EXTERIOR WALLS PLEASE AQUIRE A HOME IMPROVEMENT FORM FOR APPROVAL

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Images depicting the construction and community of Armistead Homes Corporation over 70 years ago courtesy of; and Reprinted with permission of, The Baltimore Sun. All rights Reserved.
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Armistead Homes Corporation, herein after referred to as AHC, is a non-profit housing corporation consisting of 1512 homes situated on 164 acres of land in northeast Baltimore City.  Through a cooperative effort, AHC enables individuals and families, to fulfill their housing needs in comfortable, pleasant surroundings at relatively low cost.  The housing project was originally built by the federal government for housing defense workers at the start of World War II.  AHC was founded in 1956 and the homes and the property were purchased from the government.  The mortgage was paid off in 1976.

Membership in the Corporation is gained by purchasing the right of perpetual use of an AHC dwelling.  The member buys a certificate of membership which entitles him/her to the remainder of the 1st 99-year renewable leasehold agreement with an option to renew a 2nd 99 renewable lease.  The leasehold agreement provide rights to use the particular dwelling to live in and the use of the land that the dwelling sits upon.  At the same time the member receives a share in the land and holdings of AHC as a whole, with no one person owning any land or buildings.  The buildings and dwellings are not owned by any individual, but by AHC.  Each dwelling is allotted ground for use as a yard, subject to the rules and regulations of AHC.

Click here to obtain a copy of the Armistead Homes Corporation Leaseholder For Sale List.