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Honoring the Black History of the DC Region

Honoring the Black History of the DC Region

Washington, DC is rich in Black history and culture–from abolitionist Frederick Douglass to civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune to poet Langston Hughes to musicians Duke Ellington and Chuck Brown. Throughout Black History Month we...

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Welcome WHC’s New Board Members

Welcome WHC’s New Board Members

The Washington Housing Conservancy (WHC) is excited to welcome two new Board of Directors - Mark Joseph, PhD, Founding Director of the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities, based out of Case Western Reserve University, and...

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5 Years 5 Stories: Carol Thompson Cole

5 Years 5 Stories: Carol Thompson Cole

Every month, WHC is excited to spotlight a leader, stakeholder or resident and their answer to "Why WHC?" This month, we feature one of our Board members, Carol Thompson Cole. As a Washington Housing Conservancy (WHC) board member, Carol...

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WHC’s Partnership with Esusu

WHC’s Partnership with Esusu

WHC’s Partnership with Esusu: Helping Our Residents Secure the Building Blocks of Financial Success  As anyone with a credit card or car loan can tell you, credit history and credit scores play an oversized role in determining many...

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Brazil Summer Learning Journey

Brazil Summer Learning Journey

A SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY TO BRAZIL AND NEW PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL IMPACT Here in the United States, we see a great deal of conversation around the state of our physical infrastructure – roads, bridges, tunnels, fiber networks, etc. But...

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Affordable Housing is a Vaccine

Affordable Housing is a Vaccine

In the affordable housing space, we see daily how housing is foundational to good health and economic opportunity. The Stakeholder Council of the Washington Housing Conservancy (WHC) brought that into sharper focus last month during a...

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2023 Newsletter

2023 Newsletter

Preserving housing affordability and promoting economic mobility in the DC-regionPrivacy Policy      Terms & ConditionsHow we work Financing Social Impact About us Properties News & Views ContactPrivacy PolicyTerms...

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WHC Acquires Loree Grand in NoMa DC

WHC Acquires Loree Grand in NoMa DC

Washington Housing Conservancy Acquires 212-Unit Luxury DC Apartment Community to Preserve Housing Affordability for Moderate- and Low-Income Families and Individuals The purchase of the Loree Grand in the high-growth Near Northeast...

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Welcome WHC’s New Board Chair

Welcome WHC’s New Board Chair

Federal City Council Executive Kevin Clinton Named as Washington Housing Conservancy’s New Board ChairThe Washington Housing Conservancy, an innovative nonprofit organization that focuses on preserving affordable housing to prevent...

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WHC and MHP Earle Manor Deal in the News!

WHC and MHP Earle Manor Deal in the News!

Washington Housing Conservancy’s first acquisition in Montgomery County, MD in a joint venture with MHP was profiled in an article from Commercial Observer. Hear what our Executive Director has to say about our newest community: “Earle...

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Health and Housing Article by Kimberly Driggins

Health and Housing Article by Kimberly Driggins

WHC Executive Director’s article on Preservation, Placemaking, and Private Sector Investment was published on Invest HealthThis week, WHC Executive Director Kimberly Driggins' article was published for Invest Health, an initiative by The...

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WHC is Featured in Fast Company Article!

WHC is Featured in Fast Company Article!

Crystal House, a WHC partner community, was featured in a Fast Company article on Arlington affordable housingWashington Housing Conservancy was featured in a Fast Company article about our innovative approach to preserve housing...

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Housing as a Tool for Urban Redevelopment

Housing as a Tool for Urban Redevelopment

Washington Housing Conservancy executive director Kimberly Driggins participated in a discussion about housing’s role in driving urban development and what local partnerships and solutions look like today.Preserving affordable workforce...

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