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23rd Street and Civic Center Revitalization . Richmond, CA
About 23rd Street and its Revitalization!
23rd Street Revitalization is a comprehensive initiative to develop the economic potential of Richmond’s 23rd Street commercial corridor. The focus is on 23rd Street to the San Pablo border, including MacDonald Avenue between 21st and 27th. Urban Transformation, leading the efforts, has a proven track record in various Oakland communities and working with various cities across the United States, galvanizing community members (merchants, professionals, residents, civic leaders, students, educators, bankers, real estate agents, and associations) to take a special interest to transform their neighborhoods. The result is a renewed sense of pride and place!

Ideas include engaging arts and culture to activate Richmond's rich heritage. See below

An involved stakeholder group, to be known as Richmond’s Economic Vitality (REV), egan meeing monthly in November 2016  to revitalize Richmond’s 23rd Street and Civic Center area. We welcome stakeholders to participate! Committee members  include Griselda Ledesma, Larry Lewis, Sergio Rios, Nelly Rickert, Cesa Zepeda, Aline Mercadier, Alex Maura, Diego Garcia,  Abdo Nasser, and Ana Delgado.

To learn more and be a part of making a difference,
contact:

Darlene Rios Drapkin
Urban Transformation

darlene@urbantransformation.com
or 510-459-7780


23rd St/Uptown Revitalization efforts made possible through a grant from the Renaissance Center
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Thanks to a Richmond Convention & Visitors' Bureau for awarding a grant for this website through Richmond Community Foundation

Richmond Convention & Visitors Bureau


 



 Proud Partnershiop to provide Businesss Assistance Services



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Imagine an artsy Richmond! It can happen!