Center for Community Progress Report: ‘Creative Placemaking on Vacant Properties: Lessons Learned from Four Cities’

This Center for Community Progress report offers practical guidance for communities curious about how to leverage the power of creative placemaking to transform vacant properties. It includes a creative placemaking primer and key takeaways based on work conducted over the course of two years. It also explores emerging practices in four communities: Kalamazoo, Michigan; Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania; Newburgh, New York; and Macon, Georgia.

This report highlights Wilkinsburg, PA, a neighborhood right outside Pittsburgh with extreme blight.

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