Baltimore city leaders have set a goal to attract 10,000 new families by 2021. A diverse set of partnerships lie at the heart of efforts in the City of Baltimore to revitalize neighborhoods, grow population, and support community prosperity.
NLC's report highlights local and state leaders’ innovative ideas for building more sustainable and resilient communities in Arizona, particularly in the face of housing market volatility.
Downtown St. Paul’s Penfield project, a $62 million mixed-use redevelopment effort, includes rental apartments and a full service grocery store with easy access to public transit. The financing arrangements and the “best value” contracting provisions demonstrate the creative and innovative approach undertaken by the city.
Basic shelter is the essential foundation of any block or street. Local zoning and land use rules are the pivot points that influence where and what kinds of housing are available. In the best circumstances, a flexible land use vision provides a broad array of housing choices to serve a myriad individual and family housing needs.
The uniqueness of a community is defined by the connections among neighbors, a commitment to shared public goods and factors such as livability – green spaces, public art, walkability, inclusiveness, and accessible services. Neighborhoods and families nurture the public virtues that connect people to a community and define their responsibilities within it.
As part of ongoing initiatives between NLC and The Home Depot Foundation, an NLC Capstone Corporate Partner, the two organizations are partnering to support housing programs for the nation’s military veterans. Through this endeavor, NLC provides local governments with resources, best practices, and learning opportunities to meet the diverse housing needs of veterans.