Loyola Development Corporation is a non-profit organization that was established to prevent and eliminate neighborhood deterioration and to promote the general social welfare of the community through the construction, rehabilitation, ownership or operation of housing.
As its first order of business, Loyola Development was brought in to manage the revitalization of the South End Neighborhood, a seven block area that runs from East Clay to Mill Street and South Main to Mill Street with adjacent blocks from Benedict to South Main and Liberty to Jewelry Streets.
The South End of Waterbury is experiencing devastating conditions due to declining population, extreme poverty, crumbling infrastructure and neighborhood blight. Loyola Development has a vision to stabilize the neighborhood and transform the South End into a healthy and sustainable community to enhance the quality of life for residents of the South End. Our proposed development strategy places emphasis on strengthening existing community assets with a focus on directing development toward meeting the needs of the existing community.
To learn more about Loyola Development and its plans to revitalize the South End Neighborhood, please contact Loyola's Executive Director: Nancy M. MacMillan, at (203) 346-0999.