Office of Planning, Environment, & Realty (HEP)
|Alaska||Anchorage: Assess and redesign the public outreach and participation process for metropolitan transportation planning.|
|Arizona||Tempe: Conduct a transportation subarea study and create a transit overlay district model to support sustainable development.|
|California||San Francisco: Integrate land use and housing alternatives to support the development of the Mission Street transit corridor.
Escalon: Preserve and enhance a rural community with pedestrian and bike access to school, neighborhoods and businesses.
Mono County: Develop a rural community plan to balance tourism and growth with community stability, safety, and environmental protection.
|Connecticut||Hartford: Address regional growth issues through outreach and transportation and development practices in three prototype communities: urban, suburban, and rural.|
|District of Columbia||Washington, D.C.: Identify and implement priority regional greenway projects and intermodal circulation systems around activity centers.|
|Florida||Gainesville: Develop and apply sketch planning methods to measure the impacts of land use patterns on transportation conditions.|
|Idaho||Boise: Evaluate the effects of transportation and land use decisions on rapidly growing semi-rural counties to provide for better decision-making to curb the effects of sprawl.|
|Kentucky||Lexington: Develop a handbook, CD-ROM, and workshops for planners, developers, decision-makers and citizens on land use and transportation strategies.|
|Louisiana||New Orleans: Produce a comprehensive plan that integrates land use, alternative growth scenarios, and transportation to meet long-term community goals.|
|Maryland||Statewide: Develop and apply an integrated transportation, land use, and watershed model to assess the land use and environmental impacts of transportation investments.|
|Michigan||Saginaw: Redesign a suburban shopping mall to be more pedestrian- and transit-friendly.
Lansing: Develop a shared regional vision of future land use and development patterns in the Lansing area through visual preference surveys, modeling, and public outreach.
|Missouri||Kansas City: Provide outreach and analytical tools for private developers and city officials to support sustainable choices.|
|Montana||Laurel: Develop a plan for long-term transportation, land use, and community preservation.|
|New Jersey||Northern New Jersey: Integrate planning, data, and public involvement to establish an action for a modern intermodal freight infrastructure to support brownfield, economic, and community redevelopment.
Statewide: Improve access, services, and amenities at passenger rail stations to meet broad community goals.
|New York||Troy: Incorporate transportation and land use into the city's redevelopment plan for the waterfront.|
|North Carolina||Raleigh: Develop policies and programs to implement a regionwide vision for land use, transportation, and development.|
|Ohio||Cleveland: Develop a community-based plan to revitalize a congested commercial boulevard in Woodmere Village while maintaining access to the larger community.
Dayton: Redevelop a brownfields site near downtown as an industrial incubator, to provide economic, environmental, and community benefits.
|Oregon||Portland: Conduct land use, environmental, and transportation planning to create and protect urban reserves.
Willamette Valley: Integrate analytical models to evaluate the transportation impacts of possible land use futures in this region.
|Pennsylvania||Centre County: Develop planning recommendations and guidelines for communities in the Bald Eagle River watershed to meet growth demands created by the widening of I-99.
Philadelphia: Develop metropolitan area-wide strategies to promote transportation efficiency including transit-oriented development, location efficient mortgages, and station area plans.
|Rhode Island||Providence: Support construction of transportation initiatives in the Olneyville neighborhood including a transit hub, streetscape improvements, and access to a bicycle path and greenways.|
|South Carolina||Charleston: Identify the costs and impacts of alternative development and transportation and infrastructure scenarios.|
|Tennessee||Johnson City: Develop specific land use alternatives to incorporate as formal code changes into a revised land use plan.|
|Texas||Houston: Develop a strategically integrated transportation and land use plan for the eight-mile Main Street corridor.|
|Utah||Northern Utah: Evaluate alternate growth and land use scenarios for the Wasatch Front area and adopt land use and transportation implementation strategies for a preferred scenario.|
|Virginia||Charlottesville: Create a 50-year vision and cooperative multi-jurisdictional plan for land use, economic and community development, environmental quality, and transportation.|
|Washington||Seattle: Promote transportation efficiency and transit-oriented development around existing and proposed transit stations in the region.|
|West Virginia||Martinsburg: Redevelop an historic rail complex as an intermodal facility to support economic development and tourism.|
|Wisconsin||Madison: Establish regional standards and processes for transportation and land development projects that can be used by local governments to achieve community goals.|
|Alabama||Statewide: Assess the infrastructure needs of the Alabama State Docks system in fulfilling its role as the linchpin of a multimodal transportation corridor in southern Alabama.
Florence: Create landscaped pedestrian walkways on the campus of the University of North Alabama.
|Alaska||Anchorage: Conduct a feasibility study of commuter rail and ferry service between the Borough and Municipality of Anchorage.
Fairbanks: Construct a pedestrian/bicycle "Centennial Bridge" across the Chena River in the Fairbanks downtown core.
|Arizona||Phoenix: Develop strategies to direct infrastructure development and protect open space areas that will contribute to sustainable communities.|
|Arkansas||Jonesboro: Relocate rail lines and construct a vehicle overpass to improve rail traffic operations and road safety.
Pulaski and Saline Counties: Conducting a full traffic shed analysis in two rural counties and test methods for determining traffic shed capacity.
Little Rock: Develop bike trails, walkways, sidewalks, sheltered bus stops, street furniture, and information kiosks to improve modal and community connectivity in the River Market and College Station areas.
|California||Berkeley: Create a campus of buildings for nine disability service, policy organizations, and other private or non-profit entities and retail establishments over a mass transit parking lot.
San Joaquin Valley: Develop model zoning ordinances and design standards to create efficient land use and livable communities emphasizing pedestrian and transit-oriented design.
San Diego: Pilot-test PLACE3S, an urban and regional analytical tool and planning method, and launch the method statewide as a transportation and land use planning program.
Riverside County: Identify and design new transportation corridors to provide for the county’s future transportation needs, considering land use, biological resources, and related issues.
San Francisco: Conduct planning, design, and evaluation for the redevelopment of the Market Street area and Civic Center.
|Colorado||Larimer County: Develop a plan for a balanced, multimodal transportation system for the safe and efficient movement of persons and goods in the Estes Valley.
Denver: Establish and promote cost-effective and community-friendly alternative transportation at a downtown intermodal transportation center.
Denver: Link the 16th Street mall corridor to neighborhoods located northwest of downtown with a pedestrian and bicycle bridge.
|Connecticut||Beacon Falls: Create transportation, land development, environmental protection, and economic development goals and strategies to revitalize this small town.
New Haven: Purchase eight electric trolleys to run continuous looping route cycles between the mall, downtown New Haven, and west New Haven.
|Delaware||Centreville: Develop a land use and transportation master plan to guide future development and transportation decisions.|
|District of Columbia||Washington, D.C.: Redevelop residential properties and implement streetscape and traffic calming improvements to revitalize an historic neighborhood.
Washington, D .C.: Examine multimodal transportation, traffic mitigation, and land use approaches to relieve traffic congestion resulting from the closure of a portion of Pennsylvania Avenue.
|Florida||Tampa: Create and demonstrate strategies for reducing environmental impacts of transportation and utility corridors across natural areas through coordinated siting, design, permitting, and maintenance.
Port St. Lucie: Develop alternative transportation and land use scenarios and create plans to address non-motorized travel, traffic congestion, and land use.
St. Lucie County: Bring students and planners together to develop a bicycle and pedestrian transportation plan for the community.
|Georgia||Athens to Atlanta: Develop a model planning process that will address sustainable development and livability in rapidly growing communities, resulting in a master plan for communities along proposed commuter rail lines.|
|Hawaii||Waikiki: Develop a community-based mobility plan, using highly participatory, hands-on planning tools, that will guide and leverage transportation investments.|
|Idaho||Kootenai County: Conduct a comprehensive study and develop a master plan to address traffic, pedestrian, and community issues along State Highway 41, including the potential effects of land use actions.|
|Illinois||McHenry County: Develop a long-range strategic plan to coordinate multipurpose transportation corridor improvements with current and future land use, protecting the Kishwaukee River watershed.
DuPage County: Reconfigure tollway ramps and make intersection improvements in the area of the intersection of Naperville and Warrenville Roads.
|Indiana||Madison County: Develop a comprehensive and coordinated set of policies, tools, and methods for the orderly development of land, preservation and retrofitting of existing transportation facilities, and effective urban and rural design.
Muncie: Develop a plan for motorized and non-motorized travel replacing the traditional thoroughfare plan, which merely addresses roadway classification and proposed rights-of-way.
|Iowa||Sioux City: Redevelop transportation infrastructure and create private investment opportunities within the urban, industrial Hoeven Valley.|
|Kansas||Marysville: Conduct a planning study that will examine the impacts of a grade separation project and how it will ultimately impact community economic development, safety, land use, and quality of life.|
|Kentucky||Woodford County: Develop local transportation and planning strategies with specific mechanisms, allowing for the careful management of this scenic part of central Kentucky.|
|Louisiana||St. Charles, St. James and St. John the Baptist Parishes: Develop an action plan for coordinating existing transit services, determining expansion needs, and modifying local policies and practices to better encourage use of public transportation.
Shreveport: Prepare a transportation, community, and system preservation strategic plan to establish Shreveport’s core inner-city neighborhoods as a regional technology and residential center.
|Maine||Statewide: Develop coordinated investment plans that focus on identifying, prioritizing, and programming public and private investments required for successful service center revitalization.|
|Maryland||Montgomery and Frederick Counties: Conduct a study that examines development in targeted growth areas along the I-270 corridor and integrates Smart Growth considerations into mainstream transportation and land use planning activities.|
|Massachusetts||Springfield: Develop a toolbox of transportation and land use solutions to redevelop an historic industry-centered inner-city neighborhood.
Eastern Massachusetts: Analyze the transportation impacts of alternative development patterns and design in the I-495 corridor; initiate alternative transportation demonstration programs.
|Michigan||Traverse City: Develop a transportation and land use plan for the city that will increase efficiency of the transportation system while protecting the livability of the community.|
|Minnesota||Minneapolis: Develop a comprehensive plan for sustainable redevelopment of the Lowry Avenue corridor based upon a multimodal transportation system.|
|Mississippi||Jackson: Construct airport connectors to improve traffic flow and transit access and enhance economic development.|
|Missouri||St. Louis: Implement an innovative regional community development process to address transportation, land use, and socioeconomic issues.|
|Montana||Kalispell: Construct a bus storage barn with washing and facilities, designed for extreme winter weather conditions, to improve local transit productivity.|
|Nebraska||Omaha: Construct a centralized pedestrian crossing over the Missouri River to increase community access.|
|Nevada||Clark County: Develop and test remote sensing technologies and a GIS-based transportation emissions model to study particulate matter transport in the Las Vegas area.|
|New Hampshire||Concord: Develop a comprehensive 20-year plan for the city of Concord integrating community and transportation needs; develop a community-centered planning guide.|
|New Jersey||Monmouth County: Design and construct a pedestrian tunnel to remove an existing mid-block pedestrian crossing.
Montclair: Develop a detailed land use plan to improve access to transit.
Northern New Jersey: Integrate planning, data, and public involvement to establish an action for a modern intermodal freight infrastructure to support brownfield, economic, and community redevelopment.
South Amboy: Develop a plan to improve access from nearby highways to rail, bus, and ferry transportation facilities.
|New Mexico||Santa Fe: Develop a design and implementation plan for the Solana Neighborhood Center to serve as a model for growth without sprawl.
Albuquerque: Develop a pedestrian access plan, comprehensive transportation management plan, and street and pedestrian signage and amenities program as part of a downtown revitalization program.
Raton: Assist in the acquisition and restoration of Raton Railroad Depot to provide intermodal connections and promote economic development.
|New York||Hamilton: Enhance community involvement in Smart Growth concepts including coordination of land use and transportation decision-making, institution of arterial access management, and institution of a street network to guide future growth.
New Rochelle: Reconfigure and redesign a train station and construct a parking garage to create an intermodal transportation center.
White Plains: Construct an overhead passageway for pedestrians that will facilitate connections between a railroad station and bus terminal.
|North Carolina||Bethania: Study current and projected traffic through this historic village and develop a plan for vehicular, truck, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic.|
|North Dakota||Fort Yates: Develop a GIS-based road and infrastructure management system to assist the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe with system preservation and economic development.|
|Ohio||Cleveland: Implement demonstration projects to reduce the impacts of commuter traffic on inner-city neighborhoods.|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma City: Implement a fleet of boats to link downtown with nearby redevelopment areas along the North Canadian River.|
|Oregon||Klamath, Clackmas, Lake, and Grant Counties: Produce a replicable planning model for assessing the needs of Oregon rural communities that can be served by technology and network services through "telecommunity centers."
Statewide: Fund innovative projects meeting TCSP objectives in Oregon communities.
|Pennsylvania||York: Design and implement a sustainable community plan using transportation and land use solutions.
Centre County: Develop planning recommendations and guidelines for communities in the Bald Eagle River watershed to meet growth demands created by the widening of I-99.
|Rhode Island||Warwick: Develop recommendations for improving transit/pedestrian access and guidelines for transit-oriented development to realize the goals of an existing redevelopment district master plan.|
|South Carolina||Columbia: Develop and evaluate a pilot planning model that integrates the state's infrastructure planning activities into one plan and process at the regional level.|
|South Dakota||Sioux Falls: Redevelop aging industrial properties and implement transportation improvements to link downtown with Falls Park.|
|Tennessee||Knoxville: Design a traffic calming/streetscape plan using neighborhood residents and city engineers as the designers; study the effects on pedestrian behavior.|
|Texas||Houston: Conduct pre- construction engineering work and design for pilot projects within Houston’s Main Street Corridor that will enhance public space and pedestrian linkages to adjacent neighborhoods.
Fort Worth: Conduct a central city commercial corridor redevelopment study to engage public agencies and property owners to discuss linkages between development and transit.
Lufkin: Plan, design, and construct a multimodal transit terminal to alleviate downtown congestion without increasing parking.
|Utah||Salt Lake City: Develop a Quality Growth Strategy and design strategies for its implementation to address northern Utah's future growth.
Northeastern Utah/northwestern Colorado: Study and facilitate the development of a short-line railroad, linking resource rich areas of northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah to the national rail system.
|Vermont||Burlington: Implement transportation and streetscape improvements as part of the North Street urban revitalization project.|
|Virginia||Northern and north-central Virginia: Conduct a study to identify land use changes that have resulted from introduction and operation of the Virginia Railway Express.
Arlington County: Reconstruct two intersections to provide greater pedestrian refuge and realign some crosswalks to reduce the crossing lengths for pedestrians.
Richmond: Conduct engineering/design and rehabilitation/renovation of an historic train station into a downtown multimodal transportation center.
|Washington||Whatcom County: Develop a trail construction plan consistent with the Mt. Baker Foothills community vision, to provide recreational opportunities and safety improvements to non-motorized travelers and attract visitors.
Clark County: Develop information to guide transportation and land use policy development for the county’s comprehensive plan update, focusing particularly on methods of meeting transportation concurrency requirements.
|West Virginia||Putnam County: Develop a comprehensive transportation corridor management plan in conjunction with the planned construction of U.S. Highway 35.|
|Wisconsin||Green Bay: Link existing trail areas and construct new trails to extend the regional parkway trail system.|
|Wyoming||Teton County: Identify areas of future growth and environmental protection; develop a transportation demand management program and amend land development regulations to achieve this vision.|
|Alaska||Delong Mountain: Undertake a study for an airport facility to serve passenger and cargo traffic to northwest Alaska.
Soldotna: Design and construct improvements to Redoubt Avenue.
Fairbanks: Plan and design a unified cultural, visitor, transportation, and public lands information center.
Talkeetna: Develop pedestrian, traffic safety, and access improvements in an historic community that is a gateway to Denali National Park.
Palmer: Undertake planning and engineering for landscape, pedestrian, and traffic improvements to transform an unmaintained railroad right-of-way through the city.
|Alabama||Mobile: Establish a train station and shuttle to link Amtrak service with an intermodal terminal serving bus, taxi, water, and non-motorized transportation.|
|Arkansas||Northeast Arkansas: Upgrade U.S. Highway 63 to Interstate standards to improve safety and accessibility between Jonesboro and Memphis.
Van Buren: Conduct design and engineering for an intermodal freight facility; create a business plan and strategic plan to market the facility and local development sites.
|California||Coronado: Conduct a comprehensive analysis of alternatives to relieve congestion and improve safety in two state route corridors.
Sierra Madre: Upgrade a road to provide dependable, all-weather access for residents and visitors of the Chantry Flats area of Angeles National Forest.
Riverside County: Identify and design new transportation corridors to solve the county’s future transportation needs, considering land use, biological resources, and related issues.
El Segundo: Create pedestrian connections to an intermodal transit facility in southern Los Angeles County.
Santa Barbara County: Acquire permanent easements to provide for the construction of a bicycle and pedestrian highway/railroad overcrossing to connect two segments of a moderate income, ethnically diverse community.
Roseville: Construct a pedestrian/bicycle bridge connection to an intermodal station providing commuter rail service to Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay area.
|Florida||Miami: Develop a master plan to address mobility needs in an African-American, highly transit-dependent community.|
|Illinois||Quincy: Construct a bridge to improve access to an industrial park and developing industrial, commercial and residential areas on the north side of the community.
Chicago: Develop a community-based physical plan for the pedestrian environment in the Edgewater neighborhood.
Joliet to Chicago: Develop designs for improvements to enhance service in a commuter rail corridor by reducing conflicts with freight rail traffic and highway crossings.
|Indiana||Angola and Steuben City: Construct a walking/ bicycling trail and bridge to link existing trails, schools, parks, and other community facilities.
West Baden Springs: Restore the historic appearance, structural integrity, and economic viability of two structures in the State Route 56 corridor as part of a larger revitalization initiative.
|Kansas||Wichita: Construct two pedestrian bridges linking three major activity centers situated around the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Arkansas Rivers.|
|Kentucky||Pulaski County: Convert an abandoned railbed to a recreational trail through a national forest.
Bowling Green: Develop land along the Barren River into a recreational green space that will also serve as the beginning of a pedestrian and bicycle pathway.
Clay and Leslie Counties: Design and construct an interchange to serve a regional industrial park and promote economic development.
Owensboro: Prepare a master plan and develop access, landscape, and economic improvements to a two-mile segment of underutilized waterfront.
|Louisiana||Lincoln Parish: Develop an implementation plan for a multi-faceted transportation corridor with emphasis on neighborhood and community preservation.
New Orleans: Perform research and planning support on behalf of public and private sector decision-makers in the areas of transportation, land use planning, and community development/ redevelopment.
|Maine||Bangor: Complete transportation improvements including intermodal hub facility planning, railroad crossing signalization, and bicycle/pedestrian trails to support downtown waterfront redevelopment.|
|Maryland||Rockville: Develop plans for transportation improvements, including highway grade separation and a pedestrian plaza, to support town center redevelopment and access to an adjacent rail station.|
|Massachusetts||New Bedford: Coordinate the land use and transportation decision-making processes of five major public infrastructure investments with environmental permitting processes.|
|Michigan||Ferndale: Install fixed traffic control signals and large illuminated street location signs at three downtown intersections to improve traffic and pedestrian safety.
Flint: Conduct an origin-destination study and identify needs and deficiencies for cross-border truck and rail freight traffic.
Detroit: Conduct design work and environmental assessments for the construction of a freeway overpass park that will increase park and recreation services for residents of a minority and low-income neighborhood.
|Minnesota||Hennepin County: Implement roadway improvements to enhance safety for pedestrians, improve access to schools and proposed retail development, and protect water quality and wetlands as part of a redevelopment project in North Minneapolis.
Brooklyn Park and Maple Grove: Extend Trunk Highway 610 to relieve congestion, improve safety, and provide economic benefits.
|Mississippi||Claiborne County: Perform a study to evaluate alternative routes for logging trucks to reach a port facility on the Mississippi River without using an historic downtown street network.
Jackson: Address congestion caused by at-grade rail crossing traffic through the use of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS); study rail relocations.
|Missouri||Kansas City: Enhance a downtown park to create an attractive, usable space that serves as a focal point for governmental and civic activities.
St. Louis: Create a master plan and implement pilot projects to improve neighborhood viability, enhance business facades, and renew a sense of community in an inner-city business district.
Springfield: Implement a streetscape project to improve pedestrian access, auto circulation, and aesthetics as part of a larger effort to revitalize the downtown.
|Montana||Billings: Construct bicycle and pedestrian trails to further implement a comprehensive trails plan; create an urban civic plaza downtown.
Statewide: Place geological information along roadways that explains the landscape through which people are traveling.
Statewide: Develop a prioritization system for railroad grade separation projects and identify the most cost-effective projects for further environmental review.
|Nebraska||Omaha: Construct a centralized pedestrian crossing over the Missouri River to increase community access.|
|Nevada||Henderson: Provide for safe pedestrian and bicycle routes in conjunction with the opening of a college campus downtown.|
|New Hampshire||New Hampshire Bedford: Prepare design strategies for a road corridor to address access management, business viability, and commuter traffic, while creating a pride of place through architectural and aesthetic guidelines.
Concord: Implement transportation, land use, economic development, and conservation strategies previously identified in a comprehensive vision plan for the region.
|New Jersey||Hudson County: Assist in completing a 15-mile continuous, uninterrupted bicycle/pedestrian path along the Hudson River.
Borough of Flemington: Realign Park Avenue.
Town of South Brunswick: Undertake construction on Route 522.
City of Bedminster: Construct a bicycle path.
|New Mexico||Clovis: Reconstruct a one-mile section of street providing access to a community college.
Albuquerque: Prepare a feasibility study and implementation plan for the provision of commuter rail service.
Las Cruces: Preserve a railroad depot for use as a railroad station and transportation hub and museum.
Raton: Assist in the restoration of a depot for intermodal passenger and freight service and to support downtown revitalization.
Albuquerque: Develop improved pedestrian access and implement parking management in the Uptown employment and retail center.
|New York||The Bronx: Design and build a bicycle/pedestrian facility as part of a link in the waterfront Soundview Greenway.
Greenport: Create pedestrian paths at a marina to link existing and planned water, rail, and bus transportation facilities serving the downtown.
|Ohio||Toledo: Beautify the newly constructed Buckeye Basin/Greenbelt Parkway and reduce its impacts on the environment.
Dayton: Improve pedestrian, roadway, and transit access to link two aviation-related historic sites.
Northeastern Ohio: Develop a multi-use recreational trail along the route of the historic Ohio & Erie Canal.
|Oklahoma||Tulsa: Replace a viaduct over a railroad adjacent to an elementary school.|
|Oregon||Portland: Renovate the lobby of an historic courthouse that serves as a transit information and visitor center.|
|Pennsylvania||Pittsburgh: Implement pedestrian improvements as part of a downtown riverfront park project to enhance access to adjacent neighborhoods and provide recreational opportunities.
Johnstown: Implement pedestrian and streetscape improvements as part of a redevelopment project that includes major entertainment facilities and a conference center.
|Texas||Houston: Conduct pre-construction engineering work and design for pilot projects within Houston’s Main Street Corridor that will enhance public space and pedestrian linkages to adjacent neighborhoods.
Fort Worth: Conduct alternatives analysis and environmental assessment for a potential light rail corridor, including consideration of land use strategies.
|Utah||Northeastern Utah/ northwestern Colorado: Study and facilitate the development of a short-line railroad, linking resource rich areas of northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah to the national rail system.|
|Vermont||Burlington: Implement transportation and streetscape improvements as part of the North Street urban revitalization project; rehabilitate and enhance a downtown pedestrian mall.
Manchester: Implement pedestrian improvements and parking management downtown as part of an overall travel demand management strategy.
|Virginia||Fairfax County: Study opportunities to expand and connect recreational trails, and to assist with interpretation of historic and cultural resources.
Virginia Beach: Construct a bicycle and pedestrian trail along an abandoned rail corridor.
Northwestern Virginia: Purchase and deploy hardware and software to improve safety and facilitate movement of commercial motor carrier vehicles.
|Washington||Grays Harbor: Develop infrastructure improvements to support the conversion of the former Satsop Nuclear project site into a high-tech business and industrial park.
Shoreline: Construct improvements along a state highway to support pedestrian and transit circulation.
Clallam County: Construct trail linkages to connect two population centers via a non-motorized travel route.
Puget Sound region: Create a freight users and service providers group focused on improving on-time delivery in the Washington State supply chain.
|West Virginia||Charleston: Expand a boulevard trail enhancement project linking neighborhoods to the central business district.
Ellenboro and Harrisville: Excavate a roadside embankment to improve sight distance and safety along a route heavily used by school buses.
Wheeling: Adapt historic but underutilized buildings into commercial and residential space to promote downtown redevelopment.