Community Development

Central County Community Development Corporation

The Central County Community Development Corporation (CCCDC) is a subsidiary of The Urban League of Broward County. As a development center, we are focused on revitalizing areas of significant economic opportunity. The CCCDC supports economic development through The Entrepreneurship Center and The Small Loan Fund. The Entrepreneurship Center offers a development opportunity for small business owners. From start-up ideas to fully progressing businesses, The Entrepreneurship Center provides the resources necessary to enhance your business. The Small Loan fund is an opportunity to equip your business with financial support. 



The Urban League of Broward County today announced plans to develop a new affordable housing community called The Village at Oakland Park. Bank of America has helped make the project possible, awarding $200,000 as part of the 2019 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® program, and becoming the project’s first corporate sponsor.

The Urban League plans to build a vibrant, intergenerational neighborhood in the heart of Oakland Park, located at NW 21st Ave and NW 26th St. in Oakland Park. The first phase of the new development will offer affordable and workforce housing options for families, seniors, and individuals and will aim to improve the social and economic mobility of low- to moderate-income residents in the area. The Village will be characterized by a robust mix of residential and mixed-use offerings, including a carefully curated retail mix. Next steps in the development process include completing the entitlement phase and selecting a joint venture partner to co-develop The Village, and continuing conversations with potential investors.


Have a question about our Community Initiatives?

Contact the Urban League at 954.584.0777.