Best Stories of 2014: Revitalization - Generocity Philly

Dec. 29, 2014 12:30 pm

Best Stories of 2014: Revitalization

Revitalization is our term for place-based community development. This includes any work being done to improve commercial corridors, park space, affordable housing, small businesses, and neighborhood safety.

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