Today Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Martindale Brightwood as the second Lift Indy area for 2021, joining the Near North corridor. Each will receive an anticipated $3.5 million in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding over the next three years.
We are pleased to announce that Renew Indianapolis continues to attract more resources to the community. Renew’s CDFIs, Build Fund and Edge Fund, were awarded more than $500,000 to expand lending for small business development and affordable housing.
Congratulations to Bruce Baird, our Chief Operating Officer who won the 2020 Michael Carroll Community Economic Development Leadership Award at the 2020 Prosperity Indiana Summit.
As my tenure comes to a close as the Chair of the King Park Board of Directors, I am tremendously proud of the organization’s accomplishments.
King Park Development Corporation (King Park) and Renew Indianapolis announced today the merger of business operations to offer comprehensive community stabilization and development services in Indianapolis.