Affordable Real Estate Overview


Since 1987, ACDC has developed 375 affordable homes for low to moderate-income individuals and families, with a focus on low-income, workforce housing. To complement our affordable housing work, we offer community programs to empower families and strengthen communities, such as our first-time homebuyer education workshop (offered in Chinese or English) and youth leadership programs.

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88 Hudson

  • Completed in 2017

  • 51 all-affordable condos

  • 100% of the homeowners are first-time homebuyers

  • Over 30% of the homeowners graduated from our HUD-certified bilingual first-time homebuyer course

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One Greenway

  • Completed in 2015

  • 363 units of new housing

  • Design elements include green space, community space, ground floor retail, and underground parking.


Oak Terrace

  • Completed in 1995

  • 88 units that is home to over 300 residents

  • Provides spaces for community meetings, local businesses, and health care practitioners

Tremont Village

  • Completed in 2015

  • 20 units of state-owned public housing

  • Asian Community Development Corporation is renovating the property to address life safety and quality of life issues, as well as improve energy efficiency to preserve these affordable housing units for low income residents.



  • Completed in 2004

  • 133 rental units

  • Includes community space for residents and public use; street-level retail and commercial space

  • Home to our grassroots non-profit organizations: Asian Community Development Corporation, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, Chinese Progressive Association, and Boston Asian: Youth Essential Services.

6 Fort Street

  • Completed in 2012

  • 34 units of family rental residential development

  • The project represents the adaptive re-use of a vacant building in a transit-oriented, Downtown Quincy Center location.