The Downtown Newark Revitalization Project is an excellent example of leveraging an otherwise traditional infrastructure project into a transformative placemaking opportunity and economic generator for the city by creatively designing the project to be eligible for multiple funding sources.
Hamilton CORE is a 501(c)(3) partnership established to help accelerate downtown revitalization in Hamilton, and reduce financial barriers for investing in the urban core by managing funds for strategic commercial and below market single-family residential real estate property acquisition and investment.
The South Side Renaissance Fund is a $20 million loan fund for the financing of community development projects and the acquisition, construction and permanent financing of affordable single family and multifamily rental housing in South Side Columbus neighborhoods.
LBCA’s traffic-generating events like fairs, festivals and open houses have drawn people to the historic Bridge Street in Ashtabula.
The Scioto Foundation brought together a broad group of community stakeholders to discuss and brainstorm a vision for the future of Downtown Portsmouth.
Nehemiah Industries engages in “second change” hiring practices by providing social services and support to workers returning from incarceration.
A 10 year, $50M place-based initiative to address the social determinants of health in a Toledo neighborhood.
New multifamily housing development that brings greater mobility options to residents of the Detroit Shore way neighborhood in Cleveland.