Past Projects

Habitat Chesapeake is proud to have worked in 19 communities to date. Many of these have been transformed by our efforts to address vacancy and blight through new and rehabilitated construction while advocating alongside local residents and organizations for improved infrastructure and other amenities. Today,  Waverly and North Patterson Park are highly sought-after locations and we are proud to have contributed to their revitalization, while allowing Habitat partner families the opportunity to build wealth as home values rise.

While we are no longer actively building in the communities below, we stay in touch with many of the Habitat homeowners who live there and remain invested in their success.

Baltimore City

  • Better Waverly & Waverly – 72 homes
  • Brooklyn – 40 homes
  • North Patterson Park – 92 homes
  • Orchard Ridge – 30 homes
  • Pen Lucy – 10 homes

Anne Arundel County

  • Edgewater – 44 homes
  • Severn – 3 homes















Anne Arundel County

Formerly as Habitat for Humanity of Anne Arundel County, we have been deeply involved in the home of our state’s capital. Since 1986, we have built or renovated 138 houses, providing over 450 Anne Arundel County children and families with safe, stable homes and brighter futures.

Edgewater – 44 homes

Severn – 3 homes

The Clay Street community of Annapolis was once a prosperous African-American neighborhoods full of middle class Black homeowners and businesses. In collaboration with residents, public agencies, and private developers, nonprofits like Habitat Chesapeake have invested tens of millions of dollars to restore this historic neighborhood.