CURRENT PROJECTS
517 NW 13 AVE.  |  SOLD

The FLCDC is developing a new 2,005 square foot, three-bedroom, two-bathroom single family home on a vacant lot located at 517 NW 13 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311, between NW 6th Street and NW 5th Street.

This home is being developed in partnership with the City of Fort Lauderdale with HOME Funds. The purchase price is $332,000 and the homebuyer’s income cannot exceed 80% of the Area Median Income.

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SCATTERED LOTS

The Fort Lauderdale Community Development Corporation (FLCDC) is excited to be a part of the Infill Residential Site Development Initiative. In cooperation with the Northwest Fort Lauderdale Community Redevelopment Agency (NW CRA) the FLCDC has been selected to build up to 10 new single-family homes in the historic northwest Fort Lauderdale community!

The key elements of the FLCDC Scattered Site Infill Housing proposal are to increase the opportunities for homeownership, contain density and provide quality new single-family homes in the established northwest community.

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1425 NW 3RD ST.
This 1,400 square-foot 3 bedroom/2-bathroom single family home is energy efficient and solar powered. It is located just blocks away from downtown Fort Lauderdale in northwest Fort Lauderdale. It has been totally rehabilitated. The owner of this home can expect low or no utility bills, enjoy a separate laundry room and large backyard. The property is close to major transit connections, community churches and the Jack & Jill Children’s Center.
735 NW 10TH ST.
The FLCDC has been focused on reducing its carbon footprint and lowering utility costs. The energy efficiencies include individual air conditioning in apartment units, impact glass windows and a new roof. The funds were also used for a new sanitary sewer system. Rehabilitation of Unit #2 was also recently completed. These improvements will improve the quality of life and result in lower energy costs to residents.

The FLCDC redeveloped an existing home into an Energy Efficient Solar Powered home. This project was entered in the 72nd Annual American Cities Competition by the City of Fort Lauderdale in the Sustainable Development Category.