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Spring Flats: The Redevelopment of the Former Hebrew Home and the Former Paul Roberson School

In Memory of Rev. Msgr. Ralph J. Kuehner, 1924 - 2017

Msgr. Ralph J. Kuehner Washingtonian of the Year

HAND Nonprofit Friend of the Year Award: Rev. Msgr. Ralph J. Kuehner

Victory Housing honors its founding father Msgr. Kuehner, with a day of service

Victory Housing Beginnings [video]

Ground Broken for Victory Haven Senior Apartments

Cambridge Apartments Resident Wins HAND's 2018 Children Art Contest

Victory Crossing Dedicated

Victory Tower resident featured in new video for Capital One's Ready Set Bank digital banking pilot project

TD Charitable Foundation Supports Victory Haven Project

Cambridge Community Room Grand Re-Opening

Victory Tower Digital Banking Pilot Project Participants Graduate

Victory Housing, Inc. Wins Commitment to Excellence Award from Maryland DHCD

Victory Housing Team Selected to Redevelop Former Hebrew Home

Japanese Delegation Visits Victory Tower

Leila Finucane selected as President and Chief Executive Officer

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Victory Housing Update, Winter 2018

Victory Housing staff honor our founder with first annual "Kuehner Day of Service"

Victory Housing Update, Winter 2017

Victory Housing Update, Summer 2016

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Ground Broken for Victory Haven Senior Apartments

On May 7, 2019, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich joined Bishop Michael Fisher, Auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, other community leaders and Victory Housing to celebrate the start of construction at Victory Haven, a new 72-unit affordable rental community for seniors in Damascus, Maryland. Victory Haven benefits from partnerships with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs, Freddie Mac, Capital One, Hudson Housing Capital, TD Bank, and the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County.

Victory Haven's location at 9616 Main Street in Damascus offers residents easy access to downtown Damascus, the nearby Damascus Shopping Center, and the Damascus Senior Center and Damascus Library which are located directly across Main Street from the property.

The building will include 54 one-bedroom and 18 two-bedroom apartments that will be available to households with incomes at or below 30%, 40%, 50%, and 60% of area median income. Four units will be unrestricted. Building amenities include a large community space on the first floor, a library with an adjacent computer center, a game/TV room, a fitness center, and a wellness room for visiting healthcare professionals. In-unit features include luxury vinyl plank floors, LED lighting, Energy Star appliances, high-efficiency heating and cooling, and individual washer/dryers.

Victory Haven is expected to open in Summer 2020.

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Breaking ground for Victory Haven in Damascus, Maryland (from left to right): Auxiliary Bishop Michael Fisher, Archdiocese of Washington; Leila A. Finucane, President, Victory Housing; John Maneval, Deputy Director, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development; The Honorable Marc Elrich, Montgomery County Executive; Kimmel Cameron, Vice President, Hudson Housing Capital; Edmund Delany, Senior Vice President, Capital One; Timothy Goetzinger, Acting Director, Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs; Kathryn Woodrow, Pastor, Damascus United Methodist Church.

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