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					PHOENIX                                                                                            LOCAL WEBSITE
                                                                                          www.lisc.org/phoenix



GROWING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES                               STIMULATING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                                          By the numbers
Phoenix LISC continues to administer and expand               LISC supports revitalization in key commercial districts,   cumulative
its comprehensive Building Sustainable Communities            including Hatcher Road in the Sunnyslope area of            (LISC and affiliates),
initiative known locally as the Neighbors United              Phoenix. Working to re-shape the corridor into an           1992–2010
program. The initiative focuses on two neighborhoods,         inviting, pedestrian-friendly commercial district, LISC
                                                                                                                          TOTAL INVESTMENT
Golden Gate and Central City South, where Quality-of-         helped Desert Mission Neighborhood Renewal adopt
                                                                                                                          $124.9 million
Life plans are being implemented and initial planning         a commercial corridor Zoning Overlay District and
is underway in a third neighborhood, Escobedo-                complete a $1.8 million lighting project to dramatically    DOLLARS LEVERAGED
Washington Park. LISC has provided $493,575 to support        improve nighttime safety in the area. With support          $294.9 million
the lead agencies to date, which leveraged an additional      from State Farm, a $150,000 property façade project is      COMMERCIAL SPACE
$270,000 from local supporters.                               underway with several more planned.                         278,581 sq. ft.
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES WORKING GROUP                         FOSTERING HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS
                                                                                                                          HOMES &
LISC Phoenix has convened a group of regional partners        The Home Depot Foundation awarded a $83,800 grant           APARTMENTS
seeking to make equitable transit-oriented development        through LISC Phoenix for ReGreening Phoenix, a              3,421
a reality in areas served by the new light rail line with a   project that is connecting green development and energy
goal of creating a $50 million revolving fund to incent,      efficiency with the foreclosed properties rehabbed
leverage and guide development. LISC and NEF are              through the SHO Coalition. An additional $10,000 will
helping Native American Connections Inc. build the            support tree planting.                                      Phoenix LISC
                                                                                                                          111 West Monroe
first non-profit transit-oriented development project in
                                                                                                                          Suite 720
Phoenix with 65 units of affordable rental housing.
                                                                                                                          Phoenix, AZ 85003
PRESERVING HOUSING &
                                                                                                                          TERESA BRICE
INCREASING FAMILY WEALTH
                                                                                                                          Executive Director
Twelve nonprofit members of LISC’s Sustainable
Homeownership Coalition (SHO) are counseling and                                                                          ANDREW GORDON
qualifying working families to find and rehabilitate                                                                      Arizona MultiBank
foreclosed homes. SHO has facilitated the sale of 862                                                                     CDC; Chair, Local
properties to date, reducing the vacancies left behind by                                                                 Advisory Committee
the recent wave of foreclosures, while creating affordable
housing opportunities for qualified buyers. LISC Phoenix
helps build the capacity of SHO Coalition members
to help cities administer Neighborhood Stabilization
Program funds in multiple communities in Maricopa
County.




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2010 DONORS
Phoenix


PRIVATE SECTOR               State Farm
SUPPORT
                             Surdna Foundation
Arizona Community
Foundation                   The Wachovia Wells Fargo
                             Foundation
Arizona Public Service
                             Wells Fargo
Catherine Arvizu

Bank of America              PUBLIC SECTOR
                             SUPPORT
Bankers Trust

Teresa Brice                 City of Phoenix

Craig & Maria T. Echeveste   Corporation for National
                             and Community Service
Fannie Mae
                             U.S. Department of
John Fox & Carol Parry       Housing and Urban
                             Development
Robert & Judith Gardiner

Jeffery Gauvin

Andrew Gordon

Harris N.A.

JPMorgan Chase

Kathleen Kelly

Steve Krenzel

Lydia Lee

Living Cities

M&I Foundation

Rick & Dana Naimark

National Bank of Arizona

NFL Youth Football Fund

Nordstrom Bank

Northern Trust

Salt River Project

Ray Sierka

				
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