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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.
Alleghenies Ahead, czb’s report for the six-county Southern Alleghenies region, won the Best Comprehensive Plan Award from the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Planning Association.
czb partnered with the Virginia Center for Housing Research at Virginia Tech to put together a housing conditions study. Now, a task force there is working on ways to create housing options for its citizens.
czb’s report for Española, New Mexico won the Best Comprehensive Plan Award from that state’s chapter of the American Planning Association.
czb isn’t known for mincing words. But our honesty can do a community good, as Pat Howard writes in this piece for the Erie Times-News.
Our report for Curry County, OR, and the Curry County Housing Study Task Force warns of an upcoming workforce crisis if the county fails to address housing needs.
Following our neighborhood revitalization study, Des Moines plans to launch a $4.5 million pilot program to help neighborhoods buy nuisance properties, demolish decaying homes, and make other revitalization improvements.
czb affordable housing analysis to anchor efforts by new Redevelopment Authority executive director in Greenville, SC
czb’s affordable housing analysis for Greenville, SC will be the cornerstone of efforts by the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority as its new executive director begins work.