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Women's Development Corporation


Since 1979, Wdc has been an innovator in the design, development, construction and property management of housing for low and moderate income families, the elderly and persons with special needs. Wdc has a long history of providing consulting services to Rhode Island and Connecticut organizations. It has built housing using LIHTC, USDA funds, HUD 811, HUD 202, CDBG HOME and other funds. Wdc is currently consulting on 4% and 9% LIHTC applications, affordable housing mixed use developments and Brownfield sites. Wdc can guide a project from site selection to completion of construction.

Call Carolyn Medina at 401-941-2900 regarding your project.

  • Site selection
  • Team selection
  • Financing applications
  • Affordable housing
  • Preservation/Refinancing
  • Design review
  • Construction supervision
Wdc Feature Presentation, how it all began...


Housing Opportunities Corporation (Hoc) is a non-profit management corporation. Hoc manages Wdc's owned properties and serves as property manager for properties owned by other organizations. Wdc believes that comprehensive property management is critical from the initial planning stages of a project and throughout the property's ongoing life. Hoc provides "hands-on" property management to ensure quality, permanent housing for families, the elderly and groups with special needs.

Call Susan Aitcheson at 401-941-2900 regarding property management services.

  • Financial Management
  • Physical Building Management
  • Administrative Management and Resident Services
These twenty units, designed in the townhouse style, are made for comfortable family living and contain two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen with generous cabinets and pantry storage, a living room with space for an entertainment center, a full basement and individual entrances and driveways with parking for two cars. more...
Wdc Announces a RISD art installation for the community room at Adelante Apartments"Re-Imagining Cities" includes the residents' reflections on living in Providence. more...
861 A Broad Street, Providence, RI 02907 • 401-941-2900
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