Fairmont Indigo CDC Collaborative

Fairmont Indigo CDC Collaborative was established in 2004 by several CDCs within the “Fairmount Corridor” to redevelop vacant, distressed properties near transit stations into new housing, vibrant businesses, and open space.  The Collaborative is currently focused on nurturing sustainable development around the Fairmont/Indigo line, an area the Massachusetts Department of Transportation has committed $200 million towards in order to improve transit service, alleviate congestion, and create new stations.  To date, the project is credited with creating new, energy efficient transit-accessible homes for 1,600 low- and moderate-income residents, developing 120,000 square feet of commercial space, and generating nearly 800 jobs.

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