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The Fenway is an exciting area made up of famous academic, medical, arts, and cultural institutions. Additionally, the Fenway has a residential neighborhood, a business community, and the jewel of Fenway: the centennial ballpark that is the home of Boston Red Sox. Every year, many people from various cities throughout the United States and all over the world visit the Fenway to live, learn, work, and play. Learn more about the challenges and opportunities in the Fenway, and how Fenway CDC works to improve the quality of life for residents and build a healthier community.

October 2017

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, funders, program partners, and residents joined Fenway CDC to celebrate the preservation of Burbank Gardens to rehabilitate 52 homes to protect residents from displacement.

Mayor Walsh joins community members to celebrate preservation of 52 units of affordable housing in the Fenway. Read more…

Listen to the BNN interviews of stakeholders at Celebrating the Preservation of Burbank Gardens event.

April 2017

CEDAC commits $8.5 million to preserve affordable housing in the Fenway. Fenway CDC will be rehabilitating 52 homes at 31 Burbank Street to prevent residents from displacement. Read more…

April 2017

Check out the latest news and events in the Fenway. Look out for Fenway CDC’s Career & Resource Fair information. Read more…

March 2017

Read the latest happenings in the Fenway and look out for Fenway CDC’s Annual Meeting info. Read more…

January 2017

MACDC Presented Richard Giordano, Fenway CDC’s Community Organizing Director with Ricanne Hadriane Award. Read more…


November 2016

Temporary Dorm Plan Gets An Airing. Read more

September 2016

Fenway CDC to Acquire Burbank Gardens. Read more

June 2016

Fenway CDC brings fresh produce to the Fenway. Read more

April 2016

DHCD Awarded Good news for our donors! DHCDC awarded Fenway CDC $150,000 in Community Investment Tax Credits. Read more