Real Estate Development

To keep Somerville economically diverse, Somerville Community Corporation builds affordable rental housing, creates homeownership opportunities, and develops retail spaces.

Leadership Development Institute

Leadership development is key to SCC’s organizing and planning work. We believe that there are many styles of leadership, and that leadership is something that can be developed in everyone. In 2008, SCC launched our annual Leadership Development Institute (LDI), a series of popular education workshops for emerging and experienced community leaders.

Economic Opportunity

The board, members and staff of Somerville Community Corporation work to preserve the City's social, economic and cultural diversity. With unwavering commitment, we offer programs and services focused on keeping Somerville affordable for all residents.

About Us

Somerville Community Corporation works to sustain affordability and livability for the residents of Somerville, Mass. With our members, we focus on amplifying the power of low and moderate-income people, recent immigrants, and generational descendants of earlier immigrants.

Next Community Meeting: June 6, 2012

 The Somerville Community Corporation and  Alderman Thomas Taylor

Invite you to attend a Community Meeting about: 

Development of 181 Washington Street, Former Site of Boys and Girls Club


 Wednesday June 6th at 6:45 PM

Neighborhood Meeting: Monday, April 8th

We are pleased to announce that on Monday, April 8th, the Somerville Community Corporation, together with our partners at Cathartes Private Investments and Alderman Tom Taylor, will be hosting a neighborhood meeting to discuss our proposed development at 197 Washington Street (Cota Funeral Home) and 181 Washington Street (Boys and Girls Club). The meeting will be held at 6:30 pm at the Argenziano School at 290 Washington Street in Somerville, and will be facilitated by Attorney Adam Dash. We hope to see a lot of neighborhood faces in the room!