Community Loan Fund
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation’s (YNDC) Community Loan Fund (CLF) actively seeks to provide a first-mortgage financing source in underserved communities to bolster continued revitalization and economic recovery in vulnerable and transitional neighborhoods.
Lots of Green Lots of Green, the YNDC’s vacant land reuse program, seeks to repurpose all land in a target area, transforming the physical fabric of strategic neighborhoods.
The YNDC aims to actively engage residents in the revitalization of their
neighborhoods. Through our programs,
outreach, workshops and trainings we foster a renewed sense of ownership and
community among residents.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation (YNDC) offers a limited exterior home repair program, PAINT YOUNGSTOWN, to assist residents of owner-occupied, single family homes with exterior improvements at NO COST to owners.
Iron Roots Urban Farm
Iron Roots Urban Farm, a project of the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation, is a 1.7 acre working farm and training center located at 820 Canfield Road on the south side of Youngstown.
HUD-Certified Housing Counseling
YNDC is a HUD-Certified Housing Counseling Agency dedicated to helping you achieve sustainable home ownership. We assist clients with identifying and resolving the barriers to homeownership in one-on-one counseling sessions as well as in a group, classroom-style setting.
Homes for Sale YNDC restores formerly vacant and foreclosed properties to new life and offers them for sale to new homeowners at an affordable price.
Economic Development Business expansion and job creation are key to improving the quality of life of Youngstown neighborhoods and revitalizing neighborhood corridors.
AmeriCorps REVITALIZE Project
A strategic partnership between YNDC, ServeOhio, and the City of Youngstown, the AmeriCorps REVITALIZE Project is Youngstown’s front line in the effort to FIGHT BLIGHT in our neighborhoods.
On Wednesday, February 18th, Marilyn Moore-Davis, a General Motors retiree and first-time homebuyer, closed on her purchase of a 3-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home located at 2342 Goleta Avenue, in the Crandall Park neighborhood on Youngstown’s North side that was fully rehabilitated by YNDC.