CPDC’s Turning Point (2005 – 2010) Tribute #11 – Our Sustainability: Surviving the Mortgage Crisis In 2007, the U.S. economy was struck by a mortgage crisis that swept the country. Due to economic conditions, many non-profit developers were forced to downsize or fold, causing the stock of affordable housing
As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we will be focusing our blog and social media posts on a different area of our services to the community. Each month, we will highlight a part of CPDC’s mission and what steps we are taking every day to help communities grow and thrive.
CPDC’s Turning Point (2005 – 2010) Tribute #10 – Our Volunteer Engagement: Strengthening Communities through Service Since 1989, CPDC has established itself as an affordable housing developer that seeks to build strong communities. CPDC believes that while communities may begin as places for people to live; communities have the ability
CPDC’s Turning Point (2005 – 2010) Tribute #9 – Our Standards: Going Green CPDC’s growing pipeline of acquisition-rehabs, historic preservation, and adaptive reuse, along with a range of transformational community development programs was starting to command attention and earn the respect of industry leaders across the region, and the
CPDC’s Turning Point (2005 – 2010) Tribute #8 – Our Portfolio: Strengthening the Real Estate Development Pipeline Between the 1989 and 2004, CPDC acquired 18 properties, redeveloped 11, and was constantly looking for new real estate opportunities to strengthen its pipeline. In 2005, CPDC added adaptive reuse as an area