Sergeant House was featured in the Western MA chapter of the American Institute of Architects (WMAIA) summer newsletter. Valley Community Development has owned and operated the antique building (circa 1820) in Northampton since 1990. Read on to see an excerpt from the WMAIA article.
We Create Opportunities for People to Live, Work and Thrive
Whether you are trying to determine if homeownership is a realistic goal for you or you need help planning for homeownership, we offer workshops and individual counseling that will help you navigate the complicated homebuying process.Learn More
Small Business Assistance
Our Small Business Development program provides comprehensive pro-active support for entrepreneurs planning to launch their own businesses and for owners of existing small businesses.Learn More
Affordable Housing Development
Since its inception, Valley Community Development has produced over 279 affordable rental and ownership housing units in one of Massachusetts’ most competitive and coveted real estate markets.Learn More
Learn More About Our Story
Valley Community Development seeks to empower low and moderate-income people and underserved populations manage and improve the quality of their lives. We accomplish this through the development of affordable housing, providing economic opportunities, and encouraging community leadership. Since 1988, we have achieved the following accomplishments:
Small Businesses Helped
Affordable Homes Developed
Governor Baker just held a press conference yesterday to announce the awarding of $139 Million in Funding and Tax credits for affordable housing initiatives.
Valley Community Development was 1 of 28 affordable housing developers awarded funding for construction.
This was made possible thanks to the hard work of Laura Baker and Joanne Campbell and others within the organization. Valley’s pipeline is growing!!