Southeast Neighborhood Development Inc.

The largest of a number of CDCs in Indianapolis, Southeast Neighborhood Development (SEND) has invested more than $35 million in Indianapolis' southeast neighborhood since 1991. This money has enabled the CDC to repair more than 400 homes to prevent their very low-income owners from being forced into homelessness, to renovate 85 vacated homes, to restore 135 affordable apartments for residents ranging from senior citizens to families to artists, to renovate and lease 150,000 square feet of commercial space, to create or improve six parks, to plant hundreds of trees in the neighborhood, and to provide 300 youth with intensive work skills training.

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