Building Advocacy for Middle Neighborhoods

Meeting Resources

Below are resources for participants in the “Building Advocacy for Middle Neighborhoods” working group meeting in Cleveland, OH on November 13th-14th, 2018:

Research Papers and Presentation

Breakout Presentations

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Advocating for a national policy to address the appraisal gap” materials:

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Developing a neighborhood revitalization strategy using market data and intervention costs” materials:

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Developing key elements of a racial equity framework for middle neighborhood stabilization” materials:

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Lessons from Baltimore’s Healthy Neighborhoods Inc Program” materials:

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Possibilities for a Northeast Ohio Demonstration Project” materials:

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Strategies for repositioning housing stock and attracting homebuyers” materials:

Breakout Materials Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of “Tools for improving the landlord landscape for middle neighborhoods'” materials:

Lightning Talk Presentations

Lightning Talk Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of Lightning Talk Presentations:

Publications

In addition, please find below links to On the Edge: America’s Middle Neighborhoods (2016) published in partnership with the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank and “Middle Neighborhoods: Action Agenda for a National Movement” (2018) from the November 2017 meeting in Baltimore at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

Featured Press

Included here as well are links to featured middle neighborhoods press and media coverage.

Click here for a complete list of middle neighborhood media coverage to date.

Media Folder

Click the button below to open the shared folder of PDFs of selected media coverage on Google Drive: