Housing

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1. Quality housing appropriate for various incomes, ages, and types of families.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
1.1 Inventory and rank housing according to conditionUnited Northeast Community Development CorporationKing Park Development Corporation, OASIS of Hope Community Development Corporation, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing PartnershipYear 2-5Increase in rates of home-ownership

Complete demolition or rehabilitation of properties

Engage and build relationships with landlords and renters

Landlord training class

Register with landlord registry and provide accessibility for residents
1.1.1 Find solutions to the worst 10Year 2 -5
1.1.2 Create mechanism to hold large property owners accountable for good maintenanceYear 3
1.1.3 Create strategies for neighborhood specific housing clustersOASIS of Hope Community Development CorporationUnited Northeast Community Development Corporation, King Park Development CorporationYear 2-5Complete demolition or rehabilitation of properties
1.2 Create density and prioritize infill projects around proposed transit stopsKing Park Development CorporationOASIS of Hope Community Development Corporation, United Northeast Community Development Corporation, Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority, IndyConnect, IndyGo, Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors Year 1-5 Complete feasibility analysisThe Delaware
Overlook at Fall Creek
1.3 Use greenways to catalyze housing development in NE CorridorKing Park Development CorporationUnited Northeast Community Development Corporation, Reconnecting to Our WaterwaysYear 1-5 Number of new housing developments
along greenway
1.4 Redevelop the Homer J. Williamson Building into 56 units of apartment housing adjacent to
Fall Creek Parkway along 38th Street
United Northeast Community Development CorporationOASIS of Hope Community Development Corporation, King Park Development Corporation, Local Initiatives Support corporation, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing PartnershipYear 3-5Increase in home-ownership opportunities

Increase in affordable housing opportunities
Overlook project
1.5 Create financing options for housing developments
1.5.1 Implement affordable housing program
1.5.2 Engage local banks and Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership for financing of residential
housing
1.5.3 Expand classroom opportunities for potential homeownersUNCE Homeowners workshops
2. Well-maintained properties that are aesthetically pleasing.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
2.1 Increase number of adopt-a-block coordinatorsUnited Northeast Community Development CorporationOASIS of Hope Community Development Corporation, King Park Development Corporation, Edna Martin Christian Center, Felege Hiywot Center, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, CICOA, MOW Better, Martindale-Brightwood Community Development Corporation, Habitat for HumanityYear 2-5Increase in the number of well-maintained propertiesFall Creek Place adopted a block

UNEC's UBA
2.2 Collaborate with volunteer programs to do exterior beautification
2.3 Encourage code compliance
3. Excellent public infrastructure, including sidewalks, roads, lighting, parks, bike lanes and trails.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
3.1 Assess and rank infrastructure conditionsUnited Northeast Community Development CorporationDepartment of Public Works, King Park Development Corporation, OASIS of Hope Community Development Corporation, One Voice - Martindale-Brightwood Year 2-5Complete Infrastructure assessment

Complete streets and sidewalks inventory
3.1.1 Inventory sidewalks and streets and rank according to Department of Public Works' criteriaYear 2-5
3.1.2 Communicate neighborhood priorities to Department of Public Works, City-County CouncilYear 3-5