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  1. Southern Management Donates Over 6,000 Food Items to 600 Residents

    Contact: Pamela G. Martin Southern Management Corporation 703-902-2000 / pamm@smcmail.com VIENNA, VA.  (February 5th, 2019) – Southern Management Corporation has operated a food pantry to benefit residents of its 25,000 apartment homes in the Baltimore/Washington area for more than six years.  Because of the recent government shutdown and those who experienced financial hardship as a […] Read More

  2. Southern Management Offering Residents Financial Relief for Furloughed Government Employees.

    Contact: Pamela G. Martin Southern Management Corporation 703-902-2000 / pamm@smcmail.com VIENNA, VA. (January 14th, 2019) – Due to the financial hardships imposed by the government shutdown, Southern Management Corporation is offering its residents affected by the shutdown a modified payment schedule for their monthly apartment home rent obligations. Southern is taking this proactive, customer-friendly approach […] Read More

  3. Capital One Tech Incubator Opens in Diamondback Garage

    By Maryland Today Staff  /  Nov 26, 2018 The new Capital One Tech Incubator, a partnership between the University of Maryland and the McLean, Va.-based Fortune 500 bank, was unveiled Nov. 20 in the new Diamondback Garage, a startup hub behind the Hotel at the University of Maryland. The 7,500-square-foot facility, part of the $2 billion revitalization of […] Read More

  4. Universities Look to Strengthen the Places They Call Home

    The New York Times By Miranda S. Spivack Nov. 20, 2018 For decades, the University of Maryland has had a tense relationship with the residents and elected officials of College Park, a small city near Washington that the university calls home. But that has begun to turn around, said Ken Ulman, a former local politician […] Read More

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