From Black Enterprise – Black Enterprise magazine recognizes NDC as one of the top companies in the country.

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From Black Enterprise – Black Enterprise magazine recognizes NDC as one of the top companies in the country.

 

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From DC Mud – Insider Interview: Adrian G. Washington of the Neighborhood Development Company

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Fenty Cuts Ribbon for $28M Affordable Housing Project on Georgia Avenue

(Washington, DC) -Mayor Adrian M. Fenty Tuesday joined executives from the Neighborhood Development Co. to celebrate the completion of the $28 million Residences at Georgia Avenue, a 72-unit mixed-use project that will include an organic grocery store.

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The Neighborhood Development Company Acquires 907 Euclid Street in Partnership with Tenants Association

Washington, DC. – May 12, 2009. The Neighborhood Development Company (NDC) announces the acquisition of 907 Euclid Street, N.W., in Washington, DC. NDC was selected by the 907 Euclid Street Tenant Association to partner with them in exercising their rights to purchase the property and convert the building into condominiums. NDC believes that their experience in developing similar projects combined with the ability to provide a solution that met the needs of the tenants was the key in being selected over other competing developers. This is an example of NDC’s Building Together program where interested tenants have the opportunity to become homeowners; senior citizens are granted lifetime tenancy in their building; and new residents will have the opportunity to purchase units to inject a new energy into the building. All will soon enjoy life in totally renovated building with fully remodeled units. This project is consistent with the mission of the company to profitably revitalize neighborhoods without displacing current residents.

Lamont Street Lofts Wins National Award

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Adrian Washington Resigns as Anacostia Waterfront Corporation President and CEO, to Return to Leadership of Neighborhood Development Company

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-Adrian G. Washington announced today that he is resigning his position as President and CEO of the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation (AWC) and is returning to the private sector to resume his previous role as Chief Executive of the Neighborhood Development Company (NDC).

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