INF to acquire & renovate historic church on the City’s Eastside

922 North Lombard Street
Inter-Neigborhood Foundation is planning a renovation of this historic property! Ideas and concepts we’re considering for transformation of the space include:

• A commercial kitchen that would be available to local small businesses and
entrepreneurs looking to expand the capacity of their organizations.
• Retail and distribution space for the Urban Acres Food Program, which would help improve access to fresh produce in the community.
• Programmatic space for Central Baptist CDC’s Workforce Development Program, which would allow the program to increase capacity and help more Eastside residents enter the workforce.
• Conversion of the attached parsonage into two affordable apartment units.
• Repaving and restriping of the parking lot.

If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you!
Phone: (302) 429-0333
Email: [email protected]



INF to Develop 4 Properties in the 9th Ward

Thursday December 8, 2016 INF received Wilmington City Council approval to acquire 400-402 W. 30th St.  from City’s property inventory. Along with an agreement of sale to purchase 404-406 W. 30th St. from the Wilmington Housing Partnership, INF plans to redevelop these long-term vacant units for homeownership.

“Over the past year, INF has moved to expand its reach to other areas of Wilmington north of the Brandywine River. This is our first project in the 9th Ward and INF is excited about the potential impact of restoring these vacant units”, says Timothy Crawl-Bey, Executive Director of INF. We anticipate this to be the first of many development projects to come.”


Walnut Place Open House and Ribbon Cutting


Friday November 4, 2016  – INF hosted an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Walnut Place Townhomes. Walnut Place is an eight unit townhome community located on the 1400 of block of Walnut Street in Wilmington, Delaware. Two of our new homeowners helped us celebrate, as well as INF Board Members, a representative of Bank of America, 3rd District City Councilmen Darius J. Brown, and many  members of the Eastside and Upper Eastside communities