MidCity Partners with CPDC for Resident Engagement Services at RIA
CPDC now offering innovative network-building model to third-party owners.
MidCity is proud to announce a partnership with Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC) for resident engagement services at RIA, a 20-acre community in Northeast DC featuring new apartments, homes, senior living, and a revitalized town center.
CPDC will connect with current Brookland Manor residents around a community survey that will ultimately yield a report outlining a core set of programs and support services designed to supplement resident services already being delivered on site by Community Services Foundation.
CPDC has a long-standing history of and reputation for high-quality resident and community engagement. Based on this expertise and the two companies’ shared values related to affordable housing, MidCity engaged CPDC for the RIA project.
This agreement represents a growth in CPDC’s network-building initiative now being offered to third-party owners.
“Over the past three years, CPDC has built a robust network at our Edgewood Commons community; one that is establishing trust among residents and third-party property managers, strengthening resident leadership and co-investment, and contributing to positive outcomes (e.g., increased safety, resident-led activities, resident voice in community),” said Pamela Lyons, Senior Vice President, Community Impact Strategies at CPDC. “These network building activities are an enhancement to our 25+ year history of delivering services that improve the lives of people in Mid-Atlantic region.