expanding homeownership options in Cedar Park

introducing Baltimore Crossing

Cedar Park’s new construction condo project offering two- and three-bedroom units with presale pricing starting in the mid $200s

Towering trees, a vibrant commercial corridor and endless architectural charm make Cedar Park one of West Philly’s most desirable neighborhoods.

photo by Steven Ujifusa @ujifusa

But not everyone wants—or can afford—a sprawling three-story Victorian. Neighborhood options for households making under $75,000/year are virtually nonexistent; empty nesters ready to simplify and downsize are forced out of their neighborhood; and tenants (who are already paying a lot) face the uncertainty of rising rents each year. There was only one two-bedroom home sold in Cedar Park in the last year. And the 10 homes that sold in the next-largest/most-manageable category—three-bedroom rowhomes in move-in condition—had an average sales price of over $350,000.

Baltimore Crossing

expanding homeownership options in Cedar Park