Corvias Military Living was featured in the Wall Street Journal for our success in improving quality of life for our service members through innovative public private partnerships that develop, construct and manage military housing on Army installations nationwide. The article highlights our newest and most innovative project, Reece Crossings, the U.S. Army's first-ever privately-developed, on-post garden-style apartment community for unaccompanied junior enlisted service members.
Located on Fort Meade, Reece Crossings will provide housing for these junior service members who currently are forced to live off-base, separated from their jobs, community and support system. Corvias worked with the Army to design apartments specifically for this demographic.
Read more about how Reece Crossings will provide our nation's service members with the housing and quality of life they deserve in Dawn Wotapka's article.