CWDI has issued a survey for you – our stakeholder community – to once again provide input on one of the new elements at Cambridge Harbor.
We’re excited to announce Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) has issued a 2022 Annual Report for its stakeholder community. “We believe in keeping our partners informed,” said Matt Leonard, CWDI’s Executive Director. “We do this as we make plans, progress, and reach milestones.”
Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) will form a partnership with Richardson Maritime Museum (RMM) beginning today.
Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) has completed the demolition phase at the Cambridge Harbor development.
Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) has moved its day-to-day operations to the offices of the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce (Chamber) building at 306 High Street in Cambridge.
Not far from Cambridge Harbor lies more than 32,000 acres of ecological wonder. With one-third of Maryland’s tidal wetlands, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is home to an abundance of flora and fauna that live within its three major habitats: forest, marsh, and shallow water.
On Wednesday, December 14, 2022 Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) was awarded $1,000,000 through the Rural Maryland Economic Development Fund.
The Emerson E. Harrington Bridge, now the old fishing pier next to our site, marked an economic boom for Cambridge in the 1930s, becoming the first constant direct link northward to Annapolis and Baltimore.
Close of Business on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, marked the close of the response period for the Cambridge Harbor Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) issued on July 15, 2022. Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI), the non-profit development corporation formed to develop Cambridge Harbor, is pleased to report the general results of the REOI process.