Community Development Corporation of Boston strives to ensure that all of Boston’s residents have the opportunity to actively participate in its economy by assisting them with business incentives, offering specialized programming, developing work force housing, partnering with other non-profit organizations to provide assistance to the homeless, and, provide insight, advice and services to the underserved population of the City of Boston.
CDC is pleased to announce its newest project
A 31 Unit condominium building which will include both market-rate and affordable residential units.
Led by President James Dilday, Community Development Corporation (CDC) of Boston was founded to improve the quality of life for inner city residents through community and neighborhood development. When completed in the fall of 2021, the building will include both market-rate and affordable residential units, as well as street level retail and office space. As part of the project, CDC of Boston is also planning improvements to a nearby park.
Featured in Hingham Institution for Savings
The Community Development Corporation (CDC) of Boston and President James Dilday were recently featured in a case study on the Hingham Institution for Savings website.