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Residents share how after eight years of concentrated investment through NeighborhoodsNOW, St. Peter/Waterway has been transformed into a sustainable community.
A perspective on the Kansas City economic development environment. As a steward for neighborhood revitalization in Kansas City, LISC is a critical partner in cultivating job growth and tax revenue for our region.
LISC has a new lending product to help boost commercial activity and create jobs in distressed areas.
In early 2014, Greater Kansas City LISC launched the Urban Developers Exchange (UDX), a quarterly forum to help support and catalyze development in the urban core.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced a $60 million allocation of New Markets Tax Credits to LISC in early June to drive economic development in some of the nation’s most distressed communities, including Kansas City.
A vacant school in the Squier Park Historic District is being redeveloped into 42 affordable senior housing units thanks to a LISC loan.
Three new Local Advisory Board members are helping increase our impact in Kansas City area low-income neighorhoods. Learn who...
Arts and culture are proving to be a "secret superpower" that drives new opportunities into low-income places and lifts the people who live there. Part of that is about replacing blighted buildings with arts-related businesses, housing and cultural attractions. And, part of it is about the economic boost and jobs that follow. But, as LISC's Erik Takeshita points out in his latest installment about creative placemaking, a critical piece is the strong sense of shared culture that is at work. Creative placemaking builds social capital in ways that help everyone in the neighborhood—artist or not—live better. It is a powerful tool for growth.
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