Townhomes at Washington Terrace - For Sale!

Coming Soon!

The Townhomes at Washington Terrace are the fourth phase of the redevelopment of Washington Terrace. Once complete, there will be fifty-eight (58) townhomes for sale.  Seventeen (17) of which will be affordable and for sale to low- and moderate-income first-time homebuyers earning 80% or less of the Area Median Income.

Contact the DHIC Homeownership Center today to get started and be prepared to purchase one of the affordable townhomes at Washington Terrace!

New Apartment Communities Coming Soon!

The interest list for Primavera is open! Be sure to add your name to the list to be notified when more information on the application process is available later this year! This is not a waitlist for an apartment, simply an interest list to be notified once the application process is set to begin.

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If Space Is Symbolic, What Are Our Communities Saying?

DHIC VP of Resource Development & Partnerships, Tinu Diver, writes about raising the expectations about what DHIC does and how we do it as well as the launch of a new 3-year strategic plan for our organization.

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DHIC to Update Seven of Its Wake County Affordable Housing Communities

Using Low Income Housing Tax Credits and a tax-exempt bond issuance from Wake County Housing Authority, we’ve identified seven of our aging family properties to update starting this year

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DHIC Announces Board of Directors Changes for 2023

As we settle into the new year, DHIC is pleased to share some updates about our Board of Directors. Please join us in welcoming new members to our Board and showing appreciation to the members who have rotated off at the end of 2022.

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Rodney Brown Named as a Member of the NeighborWorks American Achieving Excellence Program

Please join us in congratulating our Vice President of Asset Management, Rodney Brown, who was selected as a member of the newest cohort of the NeighborWorks American Achieving Excellence Program in collaboration with Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, the Walton Family Foundation, and Wells Fargo.

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