Homes for Sale
The Green Homes program restores formerly vacant and foreclosed properties
to new life. Green Homes properties are fully renovated utilizing the
Enterprise Foundation’s Green Communities Criteria and Mahoning County LEAP
Healthy Home Standards.
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 Model Block program is a focused neighborhood development program that seeks to comprehensively address physical conditions on target blocks in strategic neighborhoods of the city.
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.
Community Gardens provide space and support for neighborhood residents to grow food to feed their families. Currently, the YNDC supports five community gardens - four in the Idora neighborhood (on Parkview, Sherwood, Brentwood, and Mineral Springs Ave.) and one in the Lincoln Park neighborhood (at the intersection of Rigby St. and S. Jackson Ave.). The gardens are open to the public, and garden plots can be reserved through the YNDC.
We are always looking for new people to get involved with Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation! Please follow the links to the right to:
Volunteering doesn’t have to be a chore... Join the
Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation for one of our many Community
Workdays and volunteer while gaining valuable skills and having fun! YNDC operates several programs to improve
neighborhood conditions and increase opportunity to counter the challenging
physical and social conditions in the city.
For more information, please contact Program Coordinator Jack Daugherty at 330.480.0423 or check out our events calendar.