Your Neighbors, Your Town
We invite you to learn about Dunham Court and how it can enhance our Town Center, welcome new people to our town, and help much-needed affordable housing become part of Cape Elizabeth’s future.
What will Dunham Court bring to our Town Center?
People, Activity, Affordability
“Our community of Cape Elizabeth must be part of the solution to help reduce what is a critical region-wide shortage of affordable housing and help our fellow Mainers. Our community will benefit when we have a more diverse group of citizens living here.”
"I work at Cumberland Farms in Cape Elizabeth and lived in town until I could no longer afford it. I'd love to move back, but it's going to take Dunham Court to allow me to live in the community I work in."
"As an epidemiologist, I see affordable housing as a health and human potential issue. We all benefit when more people have their basic needs met - it means more people can grow their talents and make our community and world better."
"At the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce, we focus our advocacy efforts on three intersectional policy areas: public transportation, workforce development, and affordable housing. As has become glaringly apparent, Maine is woefully short of affordable housing, which has downstream deleterious impacts on expanding our workforce to realize economic development goals. "
"Affordable housing is an essential piece of a healthy, diverse, and sustainable community. Join me in supporting this exciting affordable housing project in our community."
"If affordable housing hadn’t been built in Cape Elizabeth 50 years ago, we couldn’t afford to live here now."
"...we need to lower rents, and the only way to do that is to build more affordable housing. Towns from Biddeford to Brunswick are doing their part; it’s high time we chip in."
"We value diversity and inclusion. Dunham Court will enrich the Cape Elizabeth community and create
opportunities. We’re proud to welcome
new neighbors to our town.”
"I believe the majority of Capers are supportive of assisting hard working individuals of less means by providing them with quality housing at a reduced cost."
"I want a vibrant walkable town center - building affordable housing is a big step in the right direction. And it's the right thing to do for Cape Elizabeth."