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A public hearing on the 2014-15 Annual Action Plan is scheduled to take place during the May 20 City Council meeting. The plan includes three new projects to help offset the need for affordable rental housing in our community. [Read more...]
Former Army Reserve Center demolished
The former Adrian B. Rhodes Armed Forces Reserve Center was torn down recently to make room for transitional housing for the homeless as part of an agreement between the City of Wilmington and Lakeside Partners of Wilmington, Inc. [Read more...]
Report highlights need for affordable housing
On Tuesday, December 10, the City of Wilmington held two workshops to help local non-profits apply for funding that addresses an issue a national report released this week said is a growing problem – the lack of affordable housing to rent. [Read more...]
The city is sponsoring two application workshops for nonprofit and/or qualifying for-profit agencies applying for General Funds, Community Development Block Grant or HOME Funds for 2014-2015. These workshops are MANDATORY for anyone wishing to apply for construction or non-construction projects. [Read more...]
Report shows need for more affordable housing

A recent report to City Council on Sept. 17 illustrates the need for more affordable housing in our area. 

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Sept. 6 Wilmington Housing Summit

There is still some space available and time to register for the Wilmington Housing Summit on September 6. Seating is limited and lunch is included with the $25 registration fee.

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Wilmington Housing Summit

Time is running out for the early bird discount on the Housing Summit. Tickets will go up to $25 after Aug. 18. Register now for your seat!

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Registration underway for Wilmington Housing Summit
Registration is now underway for the Wilmington Housing Summit that will be held on Sept. 6. The city, in partnership with the Affordable Housing Coalition of Southeastern North Carolina, is hosting the summit, which will be held at the Terraces on Sir Tyler, located at 1826 Sir Tyler Dr. [Read more...]
Growth evident with more construction

Increased residential and commercial construction activity means Wilmington is growing! The number of dollars spent and building permits issued have increased sharply this year as compared to last year.

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