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What is KCLB & What Do We Do?

The Kingston City Land Bank was founded in 2018 as a not-for-profit public authority, as a new tool to preserve affordability and facilitate the return of distressed properties to productive use in the City of Kingston. KCLB is made up of staff and volunteer board members, who are also members of the Kingston community.

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Kingston City Land Bank Announces Completion Of Legacy Cities Access Project

April 11, 2024

The Kingston City Land Bank (KCLB), Maeda Construction (Maeda) and Community Preservation Corporation (CPC), are proud to announce the completion of the KCLB’s Legacy Cities ACCESS program. The KCLB purchased […]

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The Kingston City Land Bank Completes Affordable Homeownership Pilot Program

April 11, 2024

The Kingston City Land Bank (KCLB) is proud to announce it has completed its five-home affordable homeownership Pilot Program. The final home in this program, 124 Franklin Street, had been […]

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KCLB Announces 6 New Properties and 5 New RFPs!

March 6, 2024

We are happy to announce some big updates for the future of our work! On February 24th, we were humbled to receive our first property donation ever (this article also […]

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