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NEWS| CPDC, Partners, Residents Advocate to Prevent ‘Banking Desert’ in Highland Park

Neighbors say Bank of America’s closure of Highland Park branch to create banking desert By CAROL HAZARD Richmond Times-Dispatch February 3, 2016 Bank of America will close a branch in Highland Park next month — and it’s not going over well with people in the neighborhood of historic districts

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Q4 2016 Strategic Plan Progress Report Available

Q4 2016 Strategic Plan Progress Report Released Each quarter, CPDC reports on progress made towards our 2014 – 2018 Strategic Plan. On Wednesday, January 4th we released our Q4 2016 report which features advances in our real estate pipeline; community development efforts underway in Richmond, VA; strides in asset management

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CPDC 2016: Year At-a-Glance

CPDC 2016: Year At-a-Glance A quick overview of CPDC’s highlights this year in real estate development, community development, Community Impact Strategies and volunteer engagement.

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NEWS| Developer Seeks More Units for Mixed-Use Project in Jackson Ward

Developer Seeks More Units for Mixed-Use Project in Jackson Ward December 22, 2016 Richmond Biz Sense As its first Richmond development wraps up in Northside, a Washington, D.C.-based developer is moving forward with plans for its next residential project – the second of its trio of projects with the

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NEWS| Former Highland Park school reborn as apartments

Former Highland Park School Reborn as Apartments December 19, 2016 Richmond Biz Sense The transformation of a Northside neighborhood anchor is nearly complete, as the renovated Highland Park Public School building welcomes its first residents this week as low-income apartments for seniors. Firms behind the new Highland Park Senior

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