Publication Date

6-4-2015

Summary

This report presents findings from the Listening Project. A collaboration among St. Louis’ Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood Association, the Brown School of Social Work, and the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University, the project engaged underrepresented voices in the Forest Park Southeast, Botanical Heights, Tiffany, and Shaw neighborhoods neighborhood to identify priorities for community improvement.

Document Type

Research Report

Category

Thriving Communities

Subarea

Inclusive Housing

Original Citation

Bologna, J., Kantor, N., Liu, Y., & Taylor, S. (2015). The right to stay put: City Garden Montessori School and neighborhood change [Report]. St. Louis, MO: Washington University.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7936/K7KH0MX7

Keywords

affordable housing, City Garden Montessori School, development, isplacement, diversity, Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood Association, inclusive housing, nuisance ordinance, St. Louis, tax abatement

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