Miami

  • The real estate bust and prolonged recession have shriveled one of this country’s most thriving regions.
  • Red Fields to Green Fields will:
    • Accelerate our “Safe Routes to Schools” and “Safe Paths to Parks” initiatives and link new greenspaces with kids.
    • Increase access for education, recreation and after school programs and reduce urban crime.
    • Add 1,625 acres of additional parkland and build a link the only US metropolitan area bordered by two US National Parks (Everglades and Biscayne Bay).
    • Create 312 acres of transit oriented development that links our public places, and increase the tax base by an additional $58.8 million per year.
    • Create 14,375 jobs per year for 5 years.

 
 
 
 
 
Revitalized neighborhoods will bloom from urban and economic decay.

 
 

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National Research Project - Phase 1 Meeting

Atlanta, GA - January 19, 2010
Presenter: Howard Gregg

 
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National Research Project - Phase One City Studies