Housing Projects: Completed

 
 

267 Veazie Street

In 2018, construction began on 267 Veazie Street, a three 2-bedroom apartment. This is Smith Hill CDC’s first property in the Wanskuck neighborhood! Special thank you to the City of Providence’s Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnership, and LEAD Safe programs. In addition, we would like to thank Councilman David Salvatore, Providence College, and Housing Ministries of New England, for supporting Smith Hill CDC to provide affordable housing in neighboring communities.

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Renaissance Project

In 1996, the Smith Hill CDC began what is known as the Renaissance Project. This tax-credit project focused on improving the walkability and safety of the Triangle Area in Smith Hill while renovating apartments on Goddard Street. With this project, 30 units were completely rehabbed and transformed into affordable apartments.

 
 

Visions I

In 1999, the Smith Hill CDC began to focus on a new project known as Visions I. This project focused on the north and northwestern portions of the neighborhood. The Smith Hill CDC continued the positive movement that had started on Goddard Street by developing 26 high-quality apartments.

 

Capitol Square

In 2003, the Smith Hill CDC began their next housing project known as Capitol Square. Capitol Square is a mixed-use commercial/condominium project designed to increase home ownership, provide economic growth, and offer rental spaces on Douglas Avenue.

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Visions II

In 2008, after completing Capitol Square, the Smith Hill CDC turned its attention to starting a new project on the Pekin Historical District. This project, known as Visions II, encompasses 52 tax-credit units that were rehabbed and transformed into safe, affordable apartments.

 

Individual Projects

Since 1992, Smith Hill CDC has rehabbed and built affordable housing options that include rental, home ownership and landlord opportunities for our community members. These individual rental units are self-managed projects by Smith Hill Community Development Corporation.