Introducing PRO Neighborhoods
The ongoing revitalization of American downtowns has seen restaurants, businesses and residential developments result in bustling streets and thriving local economies. But often, surrounding neighborhoods haven’t experienced the same renaissance. Many families in nearby communities continue to grapple with limited housing, few services and grim commercial landscapes. We are working to change that.
After two years of testing new models to identify the most promising approaches to community development, and gathering insights through our commitment to Detroit’s recovery, we launched Partnerships for Raising Opportunity in Neighborhoods (PRO Neighborhoods).
Small businesses are the lifeblood of their communities.
Keona Tate saw promise, where many could not.
Thriving neighborhoods are critical to the long-term economic success of individuals, communities and cities.
Will a $50 million elevated park unite Capitol Hill and Anacostia?