The North Midtown's neighborhood running from Broad Ripple Avenue south to Fall Creek is being invested upon for economic development.
Lined with blighted homes, abandoned warehouses and corroded streets, city officials hope to add businesses, create jobs and lower the crime rate in the neighborhood. Five areas have been targeted for economic development, strategically spaced across the area from Broad Ripple Avenue to 30th Street.
Federal Programs Related to - Neighborhood Revitalization
Programs that encourage or provide for the renewal or rehabilitation of homes, streets, sidewalks and incidental recreational areas in residential communities that are blighted or depressed. Neighborhood Redevelopment; Residential Neighborhood Redevelopment