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An Historical and Baseline Assessment of HOPE VI: Volume II — Case Studies


Report Acceptance Date: August 1996 (736 pages)

Posted Date: June 03, 2022

Approved in 1992, the HOPE VI program provides funds for revitalization activities to highly distressed local public housing developments. This historic report presents findings from the first phase of a long-term evaluation of the HOPE VI program, focusing on 15 public housing developments for 10 years. Volume II presents individual case studies that describe the initial conditions of the public housing developments, prior to intervention by the program. Each case study was authored by a team of local researchers based in the following cities: Atlanta, Boston, Camden, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Washington, D.C., Milwaukee, New Haven, New Orleans, Oakland, San Antonio, and San Francisco.

This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.

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