Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) is the public housing authority for Knoxville and Knox County and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as a high-performing public housing authority.

The organization manages and rents more than 3,700 units across more than 20 properties and manages the application process and distribution of 4,000 Section 8 vouchers.

KCDC also serves as the redevelopment agency for the City of Knoxville and fosters economic development through approving tax credits and incentives for new businesses looking to locate in the area.

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation Case Studies

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation Testimonials

Knoxville, Tennessee

Avèro Advisors completed two projects with us and has another one underway. I find they have two critically important attributes that speak well for them: communication skills and technical knowledge. The Avèro team builds trust and relationships with our staff enabling comfortable communication about IT issues. By using ordinary English and humor, the Avèro team can speak to different levels including our ‘front line’ employees, our managers, our IT staff, and our executives because they understand that most people do not speak ‘IT.’ Their technical knowledge is superb and always beneficial to us. Both of these attributes are critical to successful projection completion.”

Terry McKee

IT and Procurement Director

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation