A Place to Call Home in Atlanta’s Pittsburgh Neighborhood

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By the new year, Brandi Oates and her family expect to move into a renovated, nearly 1,700-square-foot home in Atlanta's Pittsburgh neighborhood. It is one of 53 houses that the Casey Foundation purchased to help increase homeownership in the area and transform it into an inclusive community where children and families can thrive.

December 7, 2017

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What’s Happening at 352 University Avenue in Atlanta?

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This post checks in on the redevelopment plans for 352 University Avenue, a 31-acre property in Atlanta’s Pittsburgh neighborhood. Within the next decade, the Annie E. Casey Foundation hopes to transform the site into a vibrant space where residents can work, shop, create and play.

September 7, 2017

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New Videos Showcase Northeast Buffalo Community Through the Eyes of Residents

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Two videos lift up a community of nearly 12,300 located in northeast Buffalo, sharing the perspectives of the people who call it home and their hopes for its future. Buffalo is one of three cities where the Foundation is working with a local community change initiative focused on transforming neighborhoods into places where kids and families can thrive.

April 4, 2016

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