Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington

INF is a community-based real estate developer that has been revitalizing the East Side and the Midtown Brandywine communities of Delaware since 1981.

Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington (INF), is a 501(3) (c) non-profit engaged in real estate and community development activities. Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington was established in 1981. It was created to eliminate blight, promote social, cultural and economic diversity, insure residential integrity, prevent the displacement of low-income residents, and improve the quality of life for residents in the Brandywine Gateway Community. Today, INF serves 15 communities.

Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington (INF) is a nonprofit organization that is under the leadership of recently appointed Executive Director, Timothy Crawl-Bey. INF is a real estate developer that has been revitalizing the East Side and the Midtown Brandywine communities of Delaware since 1981. INF recently expanded its service area to include neighborhoods east of 1-95 and north of the Brandywine River. The expansion is part of its new strategic vision, which is also shared by the City of Wilmington.

Mission: INF was originally created to ensure residential integrity, eliminate blight and to prevent the displacement of residents with limited means of income. INF was also created to promote social, cultural and economic diversity; ultimately improving the quality of life that is available to residents within the community.

[06/27/17]   NORTHEAST BLUEPRINT FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS

THE HOUSING WORKING GROUP MEETING
HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR
JULY 11TH AT 6:15PM
THE ACHIEVEMENT CENTER
LOCATED AT 38 VANDEVER AVE
WILMINGTON, DE 19802

INF to acquire & renovate historic church on the City's Eastside

922 North Lombard Street
Inter-Neigborhood Foundation is planning a renovation of this historic property! Ideas and concepts we’re considering for transformation of the space include:

• A commercial kitchen that would be available to local small businesses and
entrepreneurs looking to expand the capacity of their organizations.
• Retail and distribution space for the Urban Acres Food Program, which would help improve access to fresh produce in the community.
• Programmatic space for Central Baptist CDC’s Workforce Development Program, which would allow the program to increase capacity and help more Eastside residents enter the workforce.
• Conversion of the attached parsonage into two affordable apartment units.
• Repaving and restriping of the parking lot.

If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you!
Phone: (302) 429-0333
Email: [email protected]

Delaware Center for Horticulture

The Northeast Blueprint team and the NE Blueprint Infrastructure Committee want to make residents of the Northeast aware of a great opportunity for residents to receive a free tree for your property. These trees have been chosen by the Delaware Center For Horticulture and they are being distributed on Saturday, April 1st at the Kingswood Community Center. Each variety is a tree that is a good scale for residential properties in the Northeast.

WILMINGTON TREE GIVEAWAY!! This year, with generous support from the Rockford Woodlawn Fund, DCH is giving away 150 trees to city residents on April 1. These trees, including fig, apple, magnolia, and blackgums, are to be planted on private property, i.e. front yards or back yards. While the focus of the giveaway is three areas of the city that would benefit from the additional tree canopy - Hedgeville, Northeast, and East Side, the giveaway is open to all city residents. Registrants will be contacted with details on pick-up location. Two trees maximum. Apples come in pairs, and count as two. For more information, contact Sam Seo at 302-658-6262.

Check out the Northeast Wilmington Blueprint Community Revitalization Plan Presentation at www.infwilmington.org/projects/blueprint-communities/

Community Restoration Collaborative Press Conference

Press conference held for new business venture involving Inter-Neighborhood Foundation and Central Baptist Community Development Corporation.

Press conference held for new business venture involving Inter-Neighborhood Foundation and Central Baptist Community Development Corporation.

Walnut Place Townhomes Ribbon Cutting and Open House

Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington's cover photo

Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington's cover photo

Building Progress and Construction Photos

Building Progress and Construction Photos

City of WIlmnington's Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) helps INF rehabilitate 6 new homes!

City of WIlmnington's Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) helps INF rehabilitate 6 new homes! INF gained support from the Neighborhood
Stabilization grant to rehabilitate six properties that were abandoned or foreclosed and then used for resale.

Timothy Crawl-Bey Joins INF as the new Executive Director!

Timothy Crawl-Bey Joins INF as the new Executive Director!

Formerly known as Brandywine Gateway Neighbors, INF was chartered in 1981 to assist in building better neighborhoods by improving and promoting affordable homeownership in the immediate surroundings of the Hercules Building before positioning it's focus to
Wilmington's East Side, where it now lays. Timothy Crawl-Bey, as new Executive Director, will lead INF in it's new strategic vision, which will include expanding it's service area beyond the East Side and into areas of the City east of I-95 and north of the Brandywine River.
John Stafford, president of INF, is excited about the opportunities Crawl-Bey will help create. "INF has always been a productive force in neighborhood improvement and now can serve other areas of the City," says Stafford. Crawl-bey is equally excited to lead INF into a new era of opportunity and work with a variety of non-profit, governmental, and private sector clients engaged in real estate and community development projects. "We believe in the future of Wilmington and look forward to playing a vital and proactive role in neighborhood development and stabilization", says Crawl-bey. For more information, please Timothy Crawl-Bey's biography on INF's new website, to be launched Spring of 2016.

Walnut Place Groundbreaking Ceremony!

Walnut Place Groundbreaking Ceremony!

* Walnut Place, located on the 1400 block of Walnut Street in Wilmington, DE, will be an 8-unit, new construction, town-home community, with each unit being three or four bedrooms. See the Walnut Place Town Home's website at http://www.walnutplacetownhomes.com/home.html for more information!

* Walnut Place represents a unique partnership between INF and Bank of America and their Community Development Corporation. As part of it's "Adopt=A-Neighborhood" project, Bank of America selected the East Side neighborhood and donated the property that will ne the site of Walnut Place, as well as having provided grant funding to the project. The entire project, which also includes new residential developments by Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County and Michael's Development of Marlton, NJ, brings 61 units of affordable housing- a fully occupied 44-unit rental apartment building and 17 town-homes for ownership- to the Upper East Side.

INF receives $1.5M from NCALL loan fund!

INF receives $1.5M from NCALL loan fund!

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100 W. 10th St., Suite 106
Wilmington, DE
19801

General information

Inter-Neighborhood Foundation of Wilmington (INF) was established in 1981, and has since served the Eastside and Midtown Brandywine communities of in Wilmington. INF was created to ensure residential integrity, eliminate blight and prevent the displacement of residents with limited means of income. INF continues as a community based real-estate organization that successfully coordinates and implements initiatives to build affordable housing developments in Wilmington. INF is also engaged in a number of community development activities. Currently lead by Executive Director Timothy Crawl-Bey, INF expanded its service area to include neighborhoods east of I- 95 and north of the Brandywine River.
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