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Urban Neighborhood Development Corporation

Christopher Snyder - UNDC Coordinator - [email protected]

The Urban Neighborhood Development Corporation (UNDC) is a non-profit corporation administered by the Department of Planning & Urban Development, which contracts and oversees the construction of new single-family homes on scattered sites around the City. The objective is to promote the revitalization of the urban neighborhoods through new private market housing for moderate and middle-income families. The UNDC typically builds new homes on lots where dilapidated structures have been demolished, returning previously blighted neighborhoods to a stabilized new housing market area. The new homes are generally priced under $90,000.  Each new home features at least 3 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths, living room, family room, and a 2-car garage. Community Development funds are used for UNDC houses sold to low and moderate income neighborhoods or built in blighted neighborhoods.

To learn more about this program, contact the UNDC or your local area real estate agent.

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