Enterprise Homes won't need a major sales effort to sell area seniors on its newest apartment complex, The Greens at English Consul on Oak Road in Baltimore Highlands.
"There's a waiting list of about 160 people right now," said Grayson, president and CEO of Enterprise. "By the time we start qualifying people, we could be up to 400 people."
Last week, Enterprise marked a milestone in the construction of the 90-apartment complex by welcoming more than over 150 residents, elected officials and company employees to a topping off ceremony that celebrates the placing of the highest beam in a new building or structure.
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz attended the ceremony and addressed the dozens of seniors in the crowd, stressing how important it is for seniors to be able, "to live close to their friends, and their families, throughout their retirement.
"You are the community that makes Baltimore County what it is today," Kamenetz said. "Each of you established the values that are central to our society and it's your knowledge and experience that the virtues of our past to the prosperity of our future."