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CPDC Named 2016 HAND “Nonprofit Developer of the Year” for Community Development, Market Expansion

CPDC Named 2016 HAND “Nonprofit Developer of the Year” for Partnership-Focused Community Development, Expansion Into New Markets The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND) recently announced winners of its 2016 Housing Achievement Awards with CPDC receiving the highest honor, Nonprofit Developer of the Year, for our work to create strong and thriving communities

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May is National Older Americans Month; CPDC to Launch New Seniors Supportive Services Village in Northeast DC

For National Older Americans Month, CPDC Introduces Innovative Vertical Seniors Supportive Services Village on Edgewood Campus May is an opportunity to raise awareness about important issues facing older adults. Learn more about how CPDC is working to encourage independent living and aging in place for seniors in our communities.

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Generation Next: CPDC’s 2nd Annual Bring Our Kids to Work Day

CPDC Hosts Second Annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day April 29, 2016 On Thursday, April 28, the CPDC team spent some quality time with the next generation for national Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day. Our little visitors learned about citizenship and community development,

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Historic Jackson Ward: Revitalizing ‘Black Wall Street’

Historic Jackson Ward: Reviving ‘Black Wall Street” Today, to visit Jackson Ward, the historically African-American neighborhood and National Historic Landmark District where CPDC is currently planning new, mixed-income and mixed-use affordable apartment communities, is to see an area very much in the midst of urban renewal and gentrification–on the

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NEWS| City Council Approves Jackson Ward project

City Council Approves Jackson Ward Project With little discussion, Richmond City Council unanimously approved a $32 million mixed-use development in Jackson Ward on the block bounded by First, Second, Duval and Jackson streets. The 182-unit project is a partnership between the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority and Washington-based Community

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