The Opa-locka CDC

The Opa-locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC) is the institutional sponsor and instigator of the Made in Opa-Locka initiative.

The OLCDC was established in November 1980 as a non-profit community development corporation in order to address the distressed unemployment conditions, particularly in the Opa-locka and North Dade County, Florida, communities.

Its mission is to transform neighborhoods by capitalizing on community assets, empowering residents and creating community and economic initiatives that serve as a catalyst in promoting sustainable development.

The OLCDC is designated by the IRS as a 501 (C)(3) non-profit corporation.

The OLCDC Headquarters in one of Opa-locka's prime examples of Moorish Revival architecture.

The OLCDC Headquarters in one of Opa-locka's prime examples of Moorish Revival architecture.