Davidson Housing Coalition


Affordable Housing is Getting Harder to Build in Charlotte

On March 30, 2023, Axios Charlotte posted a summary of a report authored and released by UNC Charlotte’s Urban Institute that examines the challenges we face as a community in expanding the stock of affordable housing.

Read the full post here.

    The Bungalows Property to be Listed for Sale

    Since breaking ground in 1999 and cutting the ribbon in 2000, Mosaic and DHC have been committed, along with our partners in the community, to maintaining and keeping The Bungalows an affordable and comfortable place for residents to be proud to call home.

    Recently, and despite considerable efforts by Mosaic and DHC to avoid it, the owner with the majority interest in the property (neither Mosaic nor DHC) has insisted on listing the property for sale. As required under the terms of the partnership, Mosaic and DHC have engaged the services of a real estate firm to facilitate the sale.

    Because we value transparency and know you may have immediate questions, you’ll find responses to several key questions here.

    As additional information becomes available, we will share it with our residents first, and others as appropriate.

      lake norman media group: Affordable housing deal is ‘government in action in a good way’ 

      Powerful collaboration brings much needed affordable housing to Davidson through a unique solution. Read more here.

      Hoke Development Featured in the Lake Norman Media Group

      Davidson Housing Coalition, the Davidson Community Foundation, and the Alliance Group N.C. were featured in the Lake Norman Media Group. This exciting partnership seeks to bring more affordable housing to Davidson through a unique solution. Read more here.


      Davidson College Presbyterian Church funds were routed through Davidson Community Foundation to DHC and other organizations for COVID relief. The Davidson Community Foundation provided a third round of funding totaling $37,000 in significant financial support to DHC. $31,000 will go towards DHC’s clients and programs, and $6,000 will go specifically to the HAMMERS program. DHC is grateful to partner with the Davidson Community Foundation and Davidson College Presbyterian Church to help care for families in need during this very challenging time.