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NEWS| “Lake Anne Fellowship House to be Revitalized”

Lake Anne Fellowship House to be Revitalized RESTON, VA: Fellowship Square Foundation is planning to move forward with the redevelopment of Lake Anne Fellowship House, an affordable senior apartment community located at 11480-11450 North Shore Drive in Reston, according to a Fellowship Square Foundation announcement. The new construction project

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Richmond Times-Dispatch: CPDC President on Our Housing, Community Development Plans

Richmond Times-Dispatch: CPDC President on Our Housing, Community Development Plans As winter temperatures approach and the season of charity hits its stride, often overlooked are the many Richmond working families and fixed-income seniors struggling to keep their homes. This year, access to affordable housing became more difficult for the

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“Reintroducing ServiceWorks”| CPDC ServiceWorks Blog

‘Reintroducing’ ServiceWorks to CPDC  By: Katie O’Marra, CPDC ServiceWorks The ServiceWorks VISTA role at CPDC must seem a bit elusive to other CPDC staff at times. We entered the office this summer and met our new coworkers, but many people still didn’t really understand what it is we do

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5 Ideas to Inspire the ‘Best’ Kind of Holiday Spirit

5 Ideas to Help You Get Into the ‘Best’ Kind of Holiday Spirit The holiday season is upon us! CPDC offers actions you can take to make the most of the season and spread some cheer along the way.  1. Think Local A commitment to supporting local, independently owned businesses

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Empty Richmond School Planned for New Affordable Housing

Empty Richmond School Planned for New Affordable Housing The vacant Baker Elementary School may get new life as part of a plan to replace the aging 200-unit Fredric A. Fay Towers in Gilpin Court. City Council is expected to vote Monday to turn the deed for the school over

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