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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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Donor Spotlight – Desirée Baynes

Desirée Baynes has had a front-row seat to the revitalization of Dorchester neighborhoods that had once been written off by investors and the City. She moved to Jones Hill in the 1980s, and when the economy hit crisis levels in the early 90s, Desirée has seen...
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Residents Band Together for Puerto Rico

Dorchester residents banded together to contribute to relief efforts for the victims of hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Cottage Brook Apartments Tenant Organizers (C.B.A.T.O) led the way! Carmen Marcial, President of C.B.A.T.O., along with...
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Stone & Skillet Brings Jobs, Higher Wages to Dorchester

DORCHESTER, Mass., September 19, 2017 – A job fair organized by the Fairmount Job Referral Network attracted more than 100 prospective applicants to the Bornstein and Pearl Food Production Center. Stone & Skillet, a new tenant at Dorchester...
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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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