Our firm has forged and counseled award-winning strategic partnerships committed to revitalizing urban neighborhoods and guiding sustainable growth in regional transportation corridors.
Innovating along a transit corridor
Along the Green Line, the Central Corridor Anchor Partnership brings together colleges, universities, hospitals, and health care organizations to collaborate in order to spend more of procurement dollars with Central Corridor businesses, hire more residents from Central Corridor neighborhoods, and increase transit use by students and employees.
Implementing neighborhood priorities
The Cedar Riverside Partnership is focused on initiatives identified through neighborhood planning as key priorities that seek to enhance safety, transit and transportation infrastructure, economic development, and youth workforce opportunities.
Enhancing economic vitality
The Midtown Community Works Partnership provides a forum to coordinate an array of public and private investments. The focus is on projects that seek to enhance economic vitality, improve connections to the local and regional transit systems, and improve the surrounding neighborhoods. These projects range from the Midtown Greenway, the Midtown Exchange redevelopment, Lake Street reconstruction, an annual Arbor Day tree planting and a sustainability initiative around energy and recycling.
Nationally recognized for its accomplishments, the Phillips Partnership unites business executives and elected officials to focus on safety, jobs, housing and transportation in the greater Phillips neighborhood, an economically challenged area that has seen a rebound since the Partnership was formed. The group and its members have helped to guide $1.5 billion in strategic investment, attracting the people and enterprise needed to make the neighborhood thrive.