Youth Volunteers Reduce Summer Learning Loss in Fairfax County Submitted by: Jennifer Fauss, Director, CPDC Volunteer Engagement While most teenagers spend their summer break taking it easy, 15 Stony Brook teens spent their summer working on improving the academic abilities of their fellow community youth. The Stony Brook Summer
APACC Member CPDC Preserves Ward 8 Affordable Housing It has been two years since CPDC purchased Randle Hill Apartments and the 196-unit, garden-style complex is being rejuvenated through a $103 million investment from the city of Washington, D.C. This partnership will preserve much needed affordable homes in a rapidly
Cora Clark Honored by the Capital Area Food Bank Cora Clark was awarded the first-ever Partner of the Year award from the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB) on May 31, 2018,for her exceptional performance and outstanding commitment to ending hunger in her community. She coordinates biweekly food pantries, a
COLUMBIA, MD. (January 16, 2018) – Communities throughout the Mid-Atlantic will benefit from the combination announced today between Enterprise Community Investment (Enterprise) and Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC). CPDC has over 30 properties providing homes to more than 10,000 residents in the Mid-Atlantic, and will operate as an
RAD-Fueled Renovation of Housing Complex a Hit in Baltimore Brad Stanhope, Senior Editor, Novogradac & Company LLP A $10 million renovation of the 130-apartment Hollins House affordable apartment complex in West Baltimore was a good fit for the city and a great match for developer Community Preservation Development Corp.