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Survey shows support for Quad Communities market 2/11/2008
The development of a fresh-food market in Bronzeville is part of a broader effort that NCP lead agency Quad Communities Development Corporation (QCDC)has been leading to expand retail and entertainment options in the community -- and a recent community survey shows the concept holds significant promise.
Donoghue Advisory Council links university and community 9/13/2005

When the University of Chicagoís Center for Urban School Improvement (CUSI) expressed an interest in opening and operating a second charter elementary school in the area served by the Quad Communities Development Corporation (QCDC), several members of QCDCís education sub-committee sprang into action.

Youth are 'Digital Connectors' in new program 8/29/2005
The Quad Communities Development Corporation, One Economy Corporation, and the Abraham Lincoln Centre have teamed up to sponsor the Mid South Digital Connectors Program for youth ages 14 through 19 living in the North Kenwood, Oakland, Douglas, and Grand Boulevard neighborhoods.
QCDC rolls out its quality-of-life-plan 8/17/2005

QCDC rolled out its quality-of-life-plan to the residents and stakeholders of the North Kenwood, Oakland, Douglas, and Grand Boulevard neighborhoods on April 23, 2005 at King College Preparatory High School.

43rd & Cottage TIF meeting minutes, April 2005 5/8/2005
The 4th Ward and QCDC hosted the first 43rd & Cottage Grove TIF Advisory Council Community Meeting on April 13th at the King Community Service Center. Participants were able to meet the members of the newly formed TIF Advisory Council and hear findings from a retail market study.

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