Diocese of Charlotte
Housing Corporation

The Catholic Diocese of Charlotte Housing Corporation (CDCHC), formed in 2001 by the Most Reverend William G. Curlin, is an outreach of the Diocese of Charlotte that aims to provide affordable housing for people in need. Its territory spans the western 46 counties of North Carolina and its operations are funded largely by contributions from the annual Diocesan Support Appeal.


To develop, operate and market high-quality housing, and to prioritize services and programs for our residents that will enrich their lives, and contribute to their physical, psychological, social and spiritual well-being.


To bring the love of Christ to the underserved peoples and communities of Western North Carolina, through the delivery of quality housing and the coordination of specialized services and programs.

Guardian Angel Villa

Guardian Angel Villa is a 102,000-square-foot, 81-unit apartment building located in Charlotte that is designed for low-income seniors aged 55 or older.

Curlin Commons

Curlin Commons was initiated in 2007 as an affordable senior apartment community to honor Bishop William G. Curlin the 3rd Bishop of the Charlotte Diocese who is now retired and served from 1994 to 2002.

Good Shepherd Gardens

The CDCHC was awarded a 3 million dollar grant from HUD in July 2010 to construct the GOOD SHEPHERD GARDENS senior apartments on the grounds adjoining the Sacred Heart Parish in Salisbury, NC.

Mother Teresa Villa

The CDCHC received a second award from HUD of 2 million dollars in 2011 to build and operate a 13 unit apartment complex in the Steele Creek community on South Tryon in Charlotte.