Five Questions With: Carla DeStefano

"WE DESIGNED it to fit in [to the neighborhood] rather than stand out," said SWAP Executive Director Carla DeStefano. /
On Monday, June 15, Stop Wasting Abandoned Property Inc. will break ground on a 22-unit elderly housing complex on Thurbers Avenue. The affordable housing project will be funded by $3.14 million from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development and $470,000 from the Providence Planning & Development’s HOME Funds. SWAP Executive Director Carla DeStefano…

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