2009: Creighton Commons, 16 affordable condominiums for first-time homebuyers, is completed at Blessed Sacrament (six of the units are in the completely renovated 110-year-old rectory).
After 26 years, the JPNDC completes redevelopment of all 16 buildings and 150,000 square feet of La Cervecería. 50 businesses occupy the five-acre complex, employing 500 people—twice the goal set by JPNDC when it purchased the abandoned site.
2010: JPNDC launches the Community Leadership Academy, helping 39 diverse residents learn organizing skills and connecting them to community organizations and campaigns.
36 families move into the Doña Betsaida Gutiérrez Cooperative at Blessed Sacrament. 1,500 households had applied for the units.
JPNDC and Boston Health Care for the Homeless form a partnership to redevelop a Walnut Avenue property as permanent housing and medical facilities for formerly homeless men and women.