The key to preserving and revitalizing neighborhoods in Greater Boston is to ensure adequate, high quality affordable housing to meet the current and future needs of our community. ACDC works directly with its stakeholders to build a common vision for real estate in Chinatown and the communities in which Asian Americans live, work, and play. ACDC partners with private developers to realize these visions. ACDC commits to building high impact, sustainable communities that are affordable and welcoming for residents, neighbors, and visitors.
ACDC now has five properties in its portfolio that includes 756 homes of which 375 are affordable. Three developments in Chinatown account for 702 newly built homes.
- Tremont Village is a capital improvements project with 20 units of state-owned public housing in Bay Village that borders Chinatown and the South End.
- One Greenway is building a total of 363 new homes for homeownership and rental in a development for mixed-income, mixed-use.
- 6 Fort Street Apartments includes 34 affordable rentals in an adaptive resuse of a partially historic building in Quincy Center.
- The Metropolitan includes 251 mixed-income units for homeownership and rental. This mixed-use development includes four nonprofits that serve the Asian American community.
- Oak Terrace is the first new build completed by ACDC with 88 rentals for low to moderate income families. It is a mixed-use development.