HUD Section 4 Grants Program: TOD Grantees

The HUD Section 4 Grants Program provides funding to community development corporations and community housing development organizations to build capacity for creating equitable communities. The TOD initiative has funded proposals to enhance inclusive station areas from a number of organizations from across the country who seek innovative and cross-disciplinary solutions, as outlined in our annual RFP.

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Prior grantees include:

Boston

  Somerville Community Corporation
    Union Square East: Creating a Community Road Map

Chicago

  Jefferson East

Denver

  NEWSED (Denver)
  Renaissance Housing Development Corporation (Denver)
  Rocky Mountain Communities (Denver)

Mid-Atlantic

  Jubilee Housing (Washington, D.C.)
  Montgomery Housing Partnership (Montgomery County, Md.)
    Overview of Available Tools to Support eTOD
  Southeast Community Development Corporation (Baltimore)

Northeast

  Somerville Community Corporation (Somerville, Mass.)

Northern California

  Chinatown Community Development Center, Inc. (San Francisco)
  EAH, Inc. (San Rafael, Calif.)
    Green Transportation Systems: Best Practices Report
  East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (Oakland, Calif.)
  First Community Housing (San Jose, Calif.)
    EcoPass TOD Impact Study
    Transit Pass and Parking Analysis

Ohio

  Neighborhood Progress, Inc. (Cleveland)
    W25 Transit Development Strategy
  Ohio City, Inc. (Cleveland)
  Slavic Village Development (Cleveland)

Pacific Northwest

  Capitol Hill Housing (Seattle)
  HopeWorks Social Enterprises (Everett, Wash.)

Southeast

  Tapestry Development Group (Atlanta)
    Westside Wake-Up

Southern California

  TRUST LA (Los Angeles)
    Rolland Curtis Gardens - Evaluating TOD & Community-Serving Retail
  West Angeles Community Development Corporation (Los Angeles)