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czb’s report for Erie, PA, offered a blunt assessment of the city’s state—especially its cratering real estate market. With czb’s report in hand, Erie has chosen action.
Perhaps the most consequential battle in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is taking place not on the gridiron or the hardwood, but at the city council dais, where the council has been working to find ways to put czb’s report into action.
czb is hard at work in Des Moines. The city recently announced that it will create Invest DSM, a nonprofit that will develop revitalization programs, distribute money to the programs, and manage other related activities.
Greenville has officially kick-started its 20-year growth and development plan, GVL 2040, with the announcement that the Virginia-based firm czb, LLC will head it up.
Greenville City Council has selected czb to lead GVL 2040, the city’s comprehensive planning process, over the next 20 months.
czb has been selected to lead Greenville’s comprehensive planning process, GVL2040.
czb has been working with the City of Rochester on a technical Citywide Housing Market Study that will help inform development of the city’s new Comprehensive Plan, Rochester 2034.
In Greenville County, faith communities own about 5,270 acres of land, or a little over 8 square miles. Can that land help solve the city’s affordable housing problem?
Danville, Virginia, now officially has a land-bank entity that will acquire derelict and tax-delinquent properties in the city for reuse.
Our 2014 market analysis report for the Oswego Renaissance Association showed that residents had the money to support home improvements, but they lacked the confidence. Today, using our report as a guide, the city of Oswego is emerging from Rust Belt decay and becoming a model of revitalization.
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