Guiding Growth Strategies for Equitable Development in South Saint Anthony Park

Buechler, Gretchen
Coppersmith, Emily
Wade, Michael
2018-05
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Guiding Growth Strategies for Equitable Development in South Saint Anthony Park

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2018-05

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St. Anthony Park is a time-honored but transitioning district with many assets to protect, enhance, and direct toward higher livability for its most vulnerable residents. Building on revious research and the St. Anthony Park Community Council’s Equity Framework and 10-Year Plan, this report explores strategies to proactively guide development toward affordable housing, living-wage jobs, and an entire support network of equity for the community. Nine assets of St. Anthony Park were identified - New Development, People, Location, Industrial Property, Commercial Activity, Nonprofits, Institutions, Community Coalitions, and the Arts. Actionable strategies were then identified to build on these valuable elements. The strategies are organized into three categories that would be most effectively pursued by the Council.

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Professional paper for the fulfillment of the Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree.

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Buechler, Gretchen; Coppersmith, Emily; Wade, Michael. (2018). Guiding Growth Strategies for Equitable Development in South Saint Anthony Park. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/206609.

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