Top Hill CDC Stories
Want to Bridge the Inequality Divide? Build Bridges Where Low-Income People Live, Study Says
Hill District Community Development Corp. launches HD Rising to connect business prospects to available space
URA gives $250K in neighborhood funds to three Hill District projects
Hill CDC president and CEO, Marimba Milliones, named to Pittsburgh Business Times' inagural list of "People You Need to Know in Construction in Western PA"
Hill Community Development Corporation Volunteers Hand Out Food To Those In Need
6 Important Buildings from Pittsburgh's Black History
$45M New Granada Square Project Moves Forward in the Hill District
Hill CDC's Hill District 100 Program Creates More Hill District Homeowners
Hill District CDC Wants New Granada Theater Block Development Fully Funded By The End Of 2019
How the Community is Driving the Lower Hill District Redevelopment Project
City's Edge Affordable Housing Complex in Uptown Moves Forward with URA Funding
The Hill District, a Community Holding on Through Displacement and Development
Since its founding, the Hill CDC has worked to improve the quality of life for Hill District residents by providing resident support, technical assistance, project facilitation, program design, and more to further the development of a strong, diverse, economically self-sustaining neighborhood. The Hill CDC has developed, partnered, and facilitated the development of over 1,000 residential units and over 20,000 square feet of commercial/retail space. The role of the Hill CDC is to act as a community partner, connector, and innovator. Meet traditional neighborhood needs, while transforming the way things are done. With the support of residents and by partnering with public agencies, the organization catalyzed development in a community stricken by disinvestment. The Hill CDC has played multiple roles, including community developer and partner to for-profit real estate developers who were seeking neighborhood support and a non-profit partner through which they can access tax credit programs. The Hill CDC focuses on Planning and Real Estate Development Initiatives, Organizational Programs, and Policy and Communication.
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The Hill CDC has established effective ways to engage the local community, including tracking attendance for events and meetings through a larger database, utilizing a digital communications system to send out mass e-mails, engaging local media for events and important matters in the Hill District, and maintaining an active and responsive social media presence on Facebook and Twitter. Additionally, the Hill CDC holds quarterly community meetings to keep the community up-to-date and ensure that community input is heard and incorporated into all relevant projects and proposals.
Media Contact: Felicity Williams, Esq. at fwilliams [at] hilldistrict.org (subject: Hill%20CDC%20Media%20Inquiry) .
The Hill Community Development Corporation Receives $100,000 Response and Recovery Grant From Hillman Foundation
Hill Community Development Corporation (Hill CDC) and partners launch extensive online forum to inform Hill District residents about resources in the face of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
New Granada Square Apartments Receive Critical Tax Credit Award
E Properties and Development, in Partnership with Hill CDC, Steps in to Save Hill House Properties
Hill CDC Awarded $200,000 County Grant for New Granada Theater in Historic Hill District!
Hill CDC Takes Delegation of Business and Development Advocates to State Capitol
State of the Hill District
B.L.A.S.T. Pitch Party 2017
Hill CDC 30th Birthday Toast
Gaudenzia Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center Refiles Zoning Application Despite Resident & Elected Official Opposition