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CPDC Believes #PlayMatters to Our Communities

CPDC Believes #PlayMatters to Our Communities On Friday April 4, CPDC will team up with KaBOOM!, the Redskins Charitable Foundation, and Clark Construction to build a playground at our Cedar Heights community in one of D.C.’s Ward 8 neighborhoods. Why is a playground important to CPDC’s mission? KaBOOM!’s social...

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Get Involved in Building a Playground at Cedar Heights

Get Involved in Building a Playground at Cedar Heights Today’s children are playing less than any previous generation and this lack of play is causing them profound physical, intellectual, social, and emotional harm. Not enough play spaces are being built in urban areas. Fears surrounding lawsuits and safety are...

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Valentine’s Day Helps Bridge the Gap Between Two Generations of CPDC Residents

Valentine’s Day Helps Bridge the Gap Between Two Generations of CPDC Residents By Ryan Barton, Stony Brook Resident Services Manager Valentine’s Day is a holiday typically known for expressions of love and kindness.  For two groups of senior residents, those sentiments came in the form of handmade cards created by...

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CPDC Featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered”

CPDC Featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” The entire team at CPDC is incredibly honored to have our Woodmere Trace project featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” the most listened-to, afternoon news radio program in the country. We would be remiss not to thank the Housing Partnership Equity Trust and...

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Returning Play Time to Children at Cedar Heights

Restoring Play Time to Children at Cedar Heights Located in Southeast, Washington, D.C., Cedar Heights is a low-income housing community serving hundreds of residents, many of them children that have no place to play after school and on weekends.  The community currently has a small, rundown playground with broken or missing...

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