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Women's Development & Housing Opportunities Corporation

Address: 861A Broad Street
PROVIDENCE, RI. 02907
Phone: 401-941-2900
Fax: 401-767-8010
Website: http://www.wdchoc.org/index.shtml
Languages Spoken: english

Wdc (Women's Development Corporation) is a leader in the design, development and production of housing for low-income families, elderly and groups with special needs. In 1979, Wdc was founded by professional women with expertise in architecture and design, project and property management, community planning, historic preservation and people. Our staff consists of women and men dedicated to providing excellence in design and thoughtfulness in building, through which they strengthen communities and lives.

Federal, state and private financing allows Wdc to produce safe, desirable and permanent housing for our cities and towns. With these funds, we preserve and restore historic buildings, construct new, environmentally responsible housing and revitalize neighborhoods. Wdc also serves as an impetus for economic development by enhancing tax revenues for cities and towns and creating local construction and management jobs.

Federal, state and private financing allows Wdc to produce safe, desirable and permanent housing for our cities and towns. With these funds, we preserve and restore historic buildings, construct new, environmentally responsible housing and revitalize neighborhoods. Wdc also serves as an impetus for economic development by enhancing tax revenues for cities and towns and creating local construction and management jobs.