City, Woodlawn celebrate home renovation on East Side of Wilmington

Woodlawn Trustees introduced the opening of 718 E. 11th Street, the 10th cost-effective housing renovation.

Under the grant, Woodlawn Trustees will renovate 20 vacant homes to offer housing for people and households at 80% of the area median cash flow less than a system announced by Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki.

The property has been renovated, with lead-paint remediation, new home windows, new flooring, a new roof, up to date lavatory w/ laundry facilities on the 2nd flooring, and a renovated kitchen.  The house has a dwelling area, eating place, kitchen, three bedrooms, and a single bathtub with laundry facilities and a yard deck.

The renovations had been done by the facilities personnel of Woodlawn Trustees, and TAG Development, a minority-owned contractor.

Woodlawn Trustees has been a supplier of economical rental housing in the Metropolis of Wilmington since the early 1900’s with housing at the freshly developed Flats on Union Street, and above 100 units on the East Side of Wilmington. 

Woodlawn is an firm derived from the holdings and philanthropy of Quaker industrialist Samuel Bancroft. Woodlawn invests in affordable housing in Wilmington and in preserving land from improvement. Woodlawn, at occasions, at moments has run afoul of suburban neighborhood groups when it sells off tracts for development in get to go on its mission.

Additional information and facts is obtainable from Woodlawn Trustees at (302) 655-6215, or on the net at

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