Video Summary: The panel discusses three specific issues: how local planning activities can include all stakeholders in decisions that affect them, how the Electric Works project can spread the benefits of revitalization equitably among interested businesses, and how the project can support diverse communities beyond the Electric Works campus. The panel also discusses how the Electric Works project can help ULI to create a template for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in other large-scale development projects, both in Fort Wayne and in communities across the country.
The City of West Palm Beach established the Clearlake District (CLD) as part of the Downtown Master Plan. The District, which is bounded by 1st Street and Okeechobee Blvd to the north and south respectively, and by the Tri-Rail railroad tracks and Au...
First Baptist Fort Lauderdale (“FBFTL”) is a historic Church comprising approximately 6.7 acres of land in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and prominently located at 301 East Broward Boulevard with an adjoining parking lot and vacant land parce...