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Germantown United Community Development Corporation Wins Preservation Grant

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s work to revitalize America’s Main Streets, the National Trust joined with American Express, National Geographic, and Main Street America for Partners in Preservation: Main Streets, a community-based campaign to raise awareness about the importance of preserving America’s Main Street districts.

The Open Doors in Germantown project, led by the Germantown United Community Development Corporation, finished in first place out of 25 main street districts in a nationwide popular voting competition from September 25 through October 31, and earned a $150,000 grant for historic preservation. Germantown also won an additional $10,000 grant for increasing its vote total by the highest percentage during a one-week voting challenge.

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September 18, 2017
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Big Announcement: GUCDC is Moving!

We at Germantown United CDC are thrilled to announce that we are moving into our first storefront office located at 5320 Germantown Ave, at the corner of W Penn Street. This space that has been vacant for nearly a year.

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August 28, 2017
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Power Up Your Business

Germantown United CDC is partnering with the Community College of Philadelphia and a diverse and collaborative team working to support the micro-businesses and small companies in Philadelphia.

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August 8, 2017
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Do you want a farmer’s market in Germantown?

A new farmers market is being proposed for Germantown. Weavers Way Co-op, Greener Pastures, and Germantown United CDC are trying to assess the level of interest of consumers in the community for a farmers’ market. Providing answers to these questions will help gather information and build a market that provides the products and services you desire. A new farmers market is being proposed for Germantown. Weavers Way Co-op, Greener Pastures, and Germantown United CDC are trying to assess the level of interest of consumers in the community for a farmers’ market. Providing answers to these questions will help gather information and build a market that provides the products and services you desire. Take this short survey >>