Neighborhood Development Company has won dozens of awards during the past 16 years including:
• Inc. Magazine – America’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies
• Washington Business Journal – 50 Fastest Growing Companies, Washington DC’s 100 Top Private Companies
• Black Enterprise Magazine — BE 100 Top Black-Owned Businesses
NDC’s The Residences at Georgia Avenue, Lamont Street Lofts, Lofts at Brightwood, and CityVista have all received numerous design and development awards. Adrian Washington has also received many honors and awards for his thought leadership in the industry.
These awards represent confirmation from our peers of our excellence in business and real estate development.
“I would like to take this opportunity to formally thank you and the Neighborhood Development Corporation, LLC (NDC) Executive Team for helping members of the 907 Euclid Tenants Association’s dream come to fruition as first-time homebuyers. ur membership was so impressed with NDC7s proposal, we unanimously voted for NDC as our Developer and partner. The primary reasons for our selection were two-fold: (1) NDC’s excellent reputation and expertise, and (2) NDC’s genuine concern for the members of the 907 Euclid Tenants Association as inside buyers and protected tenants.” – Verna K. Supel, Former President | 907 Euclid Tenants Association
“I purchased a one bedroom unit at The Lamont at the intersection of 11th Street and Lamont in Columbia Heights in October, 2001 for $130,000. DC did a great job on that project, so when I learned that NDC was the developer on The Lamont, I was anxious to see the units under development. Although I wasn’t actively seeking a condo purchase at that time, I made a purchase decision on the stop.” – Ayana Horne
“When the Neighborhood Development Company purchased our building in 2001, Mr. Washington asked if I would like to keep my apartment. I’ve been living at 1020 Fairmont for over twenty years and had no desire to relocate. NDC made a noticeable effort to keep the building clean and maintain our quality of life during the construction of the condominiums. NDC also renovated my apartment at no cost and kept our rent consistent with what we’d been paying before the building was sold. I think we were treated fairly and with respect and appreciate being able to keep my home.” – Ms. Carlise Kelly
““In November of 2001, I bought my first home. It was a one-bedroom condo with a small den in Columbia Heights DC and was one of six units for sale in a beautifully renovated townhouse by the Neighborhood Development Company. The main selling points were that the building had all the charm of a classic DC row house, though the interior had all the comforts of a modern loft—namely plenty of sunlight from ten windows and a lovely kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.” – Chris LaFargue