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Recommendations on Residential Revitalization in New Port Richey: ULI TAP

The City of New Port Richey engaged ULI Tampa Bay to provide technical assistance via it’s Advisory Services program on improving the image and quality of the City’s residential neighborhoods, particularly through City-wide recommendations on design, policies, programs, and partnerships that can transform areas that experience deteriorated conditions or blight. Please see that attached report at the link below:

Residential Revitalization in New Port Richey – ULI Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) Report

The Technical Assistance Team of Experts included:

  • Stuart Rogel, President, Graylan Ventures (TAP Chair)
  • David Conner, President, David Conner + Associates
  • Jim McCarthy, Vice President, Domain Homes
  • Nicole Nate, Attorney, Bryant Miller Olive
  • Leonard Burke, Senior Asset Manager, Tampa Housing Authority
  • John Osborne, Infrastructure and Planning Official, Manatee County
  • Carol Stricklin, AICP, Community Development Director, City of Largo
  • Chris Worley, Founder, Landmark Reports

About ULI TAPs

In keeping with the Urban Land Institute mission, Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) are convened to provide planning and development assistance to public officials and local stakeholders of communities, nonprofit organizations and private sector representatives who have requested assistance in addressing their land use challenges. More information is available at this link.

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