Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation works collaboratively with residents, businesses, and our many partners to bring about long-lasting positive change to our Dorchester communities.

Through our real estate development, community organizing and economic development efforts we strive to build stronger neighborhoods, empower individuals and foster economic justice and opportunity. Visit us in Dorchester – come share in our work and help to build a brighter future!


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Latest News

Donor Spotlight – John Sullivan, Co-founder of Bilt-Rite Construction

Growing up in Boston’s Mission Hill neighborhood, John and Chris Sullivan got their start in construction helping their father with painting, masonry, and landscaping. After landing jobs in the construction field and becoming foremen at area companies, John and Chris...
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Dorchester Bay Funded Honeycomb Cafe Opens in Dorchester

Honeycomb Cafe opened this week at the former site of Savin Scoop on Savin Hill Avenue in Dorchester! Founded by Nicole and Lara Miele, Honeycomb Cafe partners with local vendors and farms across New England to bring locally sourced food to the Savin Hill...
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Dorchester Bay Announces #DotImpact Video Series

Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) is excited to announce the launch of #DotImpact, a grassroots video series which features local community members describing the impact of DBEDC’s work on their lives. #DotImpact relies on...
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Quincy Heights

Dorchester Bay partnered with Quincy Geneva Housing Development and United Housing Management the renovation of 80 units and new construction of 49 units, all located within a three-block radius of Quincy Street in Grove Hall.  The new buildings focus on green technologies to reduce energy consumption.  


DBEDC and the City of Boston received a $20.5M Choice Neighborhoods Initiative grant for revitalization of the Quincy Street corridor.  This project was a central component of the inititative, helping to make Boston the first of the five recipient cities in the country to implement the grant.

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