Strategies for Neighborhood Recovery: High Point, Joyland and Chosewood Park, Atlanta

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Title: Strategies for Neighborhood Recovery: High Point, Joyland and Chosewood Park, Atlanta
Author: Lee, S. Won ; Brandon, Leonard J. ; Berry, Kirsten ; Mullins, Nicholas ; Sinclair, Alyssa ; Mager, Christine ; Brandon, Leonard J. ; Smith, Brooks ; Hawes, Mary Beth ; Adrian, Troels ; Lee, Yung San
Description: This report is the work product of a Fall 2009 semester graduate studio course sponsored by the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of City and Regional Planning. The Atlanta Renewal Communities, Inc. (ACoRA) issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) in February 2009 to which Dr. Etienne responded with a Technical Proposal that proposed a scope of work that included: An assessment of housing conditions in the High Point, Joyland, and Chosewood Park neighborhoods; Detailed demographic profiles for each neighborhood; An inventory of neighborhood institutions and businesses; The gathering of community input through organized meetings. Following this neighborhood analysis, we provide recommendations for the issues we identified, with a particular emphasis on potential opportunities for federal stimulus funding.
Type: Plan or blueprint
Date: 2009-12
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. School of City and Regional Planning
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Community development
Housing policies
Neighborhood analysis

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