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Baker-Polito Administration Announces $20 Million for Supportive Affordable Housing
Mass.gov / Mar 28, 2017

BOSTON – Today the Baker-Polito Administration announced a total of $20 million in awards to seven affordable housing projects in Massachusetts, to support the creation and preservation of 177 support...

  • State funding paves way for homeless veterans hous...
    The Enterprise / Mar 28, 2017

    The state approved $3.1 million in funding Tuesday for the second phase of Father Bill's & MainSpring's Montello Welcome Home project. BROCKTON – The state provided funding Tuesday that paves the way for permane...

  • Boston strives to preserve affordable housing
    SAMPAN News / Mar 24, 2017

    Although Boston has demonstrated a strong commitment to affordable housing, with 52,800 subsidized units to help house its low- and moderate-income residents, these critically important assets can become at risk. Boston...

  • Jackson Square’s Master Plan Comes To Life
    Banker & Tradesman / Mar 19, 2017

    Since the beginning of the new year, the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) has invested more than $1.1 million in efforts by the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation (JPNDC) to r...

  • Public-Private Partnerships Form To Create Support...
    Banker & Tradesman / Feb 12, 2017

    Several new developments providing supportive housing to homeless veterans in Massachusetts have recently opened their doors. The commonwealth remains a leader in providing resources to the men and women who have served ...

  • Video: Communities Built for Children
    Eye on Early Education / Feb 07, 2017

    [embed]https://eyeonearlyeducation.com/2017/02/07/video-communities-built-for-children/[/embed] What makes communities strong? “For many families a good place to live is a community that provides for the safety a...

  • Northampton receives funding for affordable housin...
    Jan 10, 2017

    NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – The Baker administration announced on Tuesday millions of dollars in funding for an affordable housing complex in Northampton. The project is planned for the former Northampton Lumber Yard p...

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2015 Annual Report
Transforming Communities, Transforming Lives

Beyond the statistics on production of housing units or early care slots are the transformative impacts that lie at the core of CEDAC’s work each year. We see the benefits to the many individuals and families who now have access to more affordable housing, higher quality child care facilities, and valuable workforce trainings. While our daily focus is on providing financing and technical assistance to our non-profit community development partners, we are inspired by the stories of community residents whose lives are improved by CEDAC’s investments in community development. Our three-pronged approach – housing, child care, and ...

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Winter 2016/2017 Newsletter
CEDAC Winter 2016/2017 Newsletter

Dear Friends, The end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 was a busy time for us. As you will see in the article about affordable housing production, the last quarter of 2016 saw a high volume of developments reach construction completion and open their doors or complete predevelopment work, close on project financing, and start construction, including important preservation or production projects in Northampton, Brockton, Somerville, and Framingham. It is encouraging to see so many ...

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