ACDDC: Austin Community Design & Development Center

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for all by providing sustainable design, planning and development services to low- and moderate- income individuals, families and neighborhoods.

 

The ACDDC 2014 Sustainability Series Fundraiser Lunch on 5/20/14 features architect and planner, Doug Farr, FAIA:

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ACDDC
2108 E M Franklin Ave., Suite B | Austin, TX 78723
Tel: 512.220.4254 | Fax: 512.220.4239

What is Community Design?

Community Design is a movement focused on the creation and management of environments for people by identifying and solving social, economic, and environmental problems as they relate to the built environment. This process promotes change from the neighborhood to the regional scale and seeks to meet community needs through participatory decision-making.

Recent Projects

Alley Flat Protype

Volunteers and staff put in some extra effort to ensure that the first Alley Flat Prototype is finished in time for its first residents to move in. The Alley Flat Initiative is an award-winning collaboration between ACDDC, the Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation, and the University of Texas Center for Sustainable Development.  More...

Special Thanks


ACDDC Partner: Without the continued generous support of The Meadows Foundation, ACDDC would not be able to serve Austin's affordable housing community as we do.

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