Experts Share Strategies for Tackling Vacant and Abandoned Properties

Tackling Vacancy and Abandonment: Strategies and Impacts after the Great Recession is a new edited volume from the Center for Community Progress and the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Cleveland developed for practitioners, advocates, political leaders, and researchers looking to better understand the dynamics of vacancy and abandonment. This volume contains 12 articles by national experts in the field of neighborhood revitalization, including scholars from Georgia State University, the University of Michigan, the University of South Carolina School of Law, and the University of Utah, and practitioners from the Cuyahoga Land Bank, including its President Gus Frangos, Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, Reinvestment Fund, Enterprise Community Partners, the National Community Stabilization Trust, and the Center for Community Progress.   

We hope you find this collection useful and thought-provoking, and that it encourages new efforts to promote neighborhood revitalization and mitigate the negative effects of vacant and abandoned properties.

Download your copy today HERE.

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