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Affordable Green Housing Community Opens in S.E. DC

Affordable Green Housing Community Opens in S.E. DC CPDC creates the region’s first affordable, green housing community by partnering with community activists and financial institutions in Ward 8 to develop Wheeler Terrace Apartments. READ MORE Affordable Green Housing Community Opens In S.E. DC, WAMU, 10/05/2010...

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Saving Wheeler Terrace

Saving Wheeler Terrace The residents Wheeler Terrace insist any residential community with the will, experienced guidance, and the right community partners can achieve greater sustainability. Through strong community leadership and a partnership with CPDC, Wheeler Terrace has been fully remodeled and is inspiring neighboring communities. The proven performance of...

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Geothermal Energy in DC Affordable Housing

Geothermal Energy in DC Affordable Housing When you think of geothermal energy, Washington, DC may not be the first place that comes to mind. However, Wheeler Terrace, an affordable housing complex in Southeast DC, is using this green energy for heating and cooling of its units. Residents could expect...

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Green Apartment Building Springs to Life, Eradicating Crime Hot Spot in Washington, D.C

Green Apartment Building Springs to Life, Eradicating Crime Hot Spot in Washington, D.C In 2007, CPDC worked with the residents to purchase Wheeler Terrace – a 113-unit affordable housing complex in Washington, DC. The apartments undergo a “green” renovation by exceeding Washington, DC’s standards for sustainable design and applying...

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D.C. Public Housing Unit Rises Again After Violent History

D.C. Public Housing Unit Rises Again After Violent History The Overlook, once known as Parkside Terrace, operated as a public housing apartment complex laden with criminal and drug activities until its 180 degree transformation in 2009. Now, the Overlook is recognized as one of the notable restorations in affordable...

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