Asian Community Development Corporation (Jacquie L. Kay) records

Comprised of documents gathered by Neil Chin and Jacquie Kay, the collection demonstrates the non-profit community organization Asian Community Development Corporation's (ACDC) scope of concern in the development of affordable housing and assistance for small business development, education, and job training for Asian-Americans in oversaturated urban areas. These papers highlight ACDC's plans to develop new sites and implement new services to assist low-income residents in Chinatown. The majority of the collection documents two ACDC development projects: Oak Terrace (Parcel R3/R3A), and The Metropolitan (Parcel C).

Documents related to these projects include funding reports, limited partnership agreements, project status reports, design specifications, and lease agreements. The collection also contains ACDC meeting minutes and notes relating to the annual Board of Directors' meeting, financial documents, newsletters and other publications, membership lists, correspondence, and two copies of a 2000 Chinatown Master Plan report.

You can view the finding aid and request to view the materials in person here.