|Date:||Jul 26, 2013|
|Author(s):||Center for Urban Studies, UB, Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority|
|Topic(s):||Housing / Neighborhoods: General|
Project Name: Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority - Perry Choice Neighborhood Transformation Project
The Perry Choice Neighborhood Planning grant (PCN) produced a plan that transforms the BMHAPCN into a viable and sustainable mixed-income neighborhood that functions as a platform which enables residents to become economically secure and self-sufficient, to realize their full potential and to develop the critical consciousness and capacity that empowers them to guide the development of the community over time. To realize this outcome in practice, the Perry Choice Neighborhood planning initiative is informed by three core goals, which are viewed through the lens of neighborhood, housing, and people that inform all aspects of the planning process.
This report at others were written and supported by the UB Center for Urban Studies.
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