Great post from the Green House Project blog:
How do you stabilize and revitalize socially and economically challenged communities within a city like Baltimore?
In today’s environment, can neighborhoods suffering from blight be transformed into a healthy, thriving community for families that addresses resident needs with outstanding outcomes in health, education, housing, and employment?
This episode of Impact News Network, from the Green House Project’s parent organization NCB Capital Impact, looks at how community development finance institutions, foundations, local government and businesses, and community groups are successfully working together to revitalize Baltimore.
Impact News Network interviewed Mitch Posner from Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation, which is building Maryland’s first Green House Project residences at Stadium Place in Baltimore. Also featured: Tracy Kartye from Annie E. Casey Foundation, Thibault Manekin from Seawall Development, Sean Closkey from TRF Development Partners, and Terry Simonette and Jon Kelly from NCB Capital Impact.