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2 The Conceptual Framework People NeighborhoodHousing Goal: To turn Neighborhoods of Poverty into Neighborhoods of Learning & Opportunity

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4 The Perry Choice Neighborhood

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8 Bird's Eye View of the Perry Choice Neighborhood

9 The Historic Black Community Framework Driving the Establishment of Neighborhood Boundaries

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11 The People Planning Focus Resident Engagement in all Aspects & Phases of the Project. Early Childhood Center: Early Head Start and Head Start Early Childhood Center: Early Head Start and Head Start Mini-Education Pipeline: Early Childhood Center, Futures Academy, MLK Multicultural Institute and East High/Bennett High Schools Neighborhood-based Support Services Program Section 3 Business and Employee Development Center Senior Service Center SNUG Anti-Violence Program

12 The Mini-Education Pipeline “From the Cradle to College and/or Career” The PCN Life Chances Campus: The PCN Early Childhood Center & Life Chances Center Futures Academy (PS 37) & MLK Multicultural Institute (PS 39) East & Bennett High Schools College and/or Career G oal: Provide students in the PCN with a quality education by establishing a seamless link among the PCN Early Childhood Center and the pipeline schools, thereby making it possible to carry participating students from the cradle to college and/or career. By setting up a network of schools, anchored by an early childhood center, which are linked together and that feed students to each sequential school, a controlled and uninterrupted continuum of educational experiences are produced that will help students achieve academic excellence. G oal: Provide students in the PCN with a quality education by establishing a seamless link among the PCN Early Childhood Center and the pipeline schools, thereby making it possible to carry participating students from the cradle to college and/or career. By setting up a network of schools, anchored by an early childhood center, which are linked together and that feed students to each sequential school, a controlled and uninterrupted continuum of educational experiences are produced that will help students achieve academic excellence.

13 Housing and Neighborhood Development Planning Focus Create a Sustainable Community based on Green Design and LEED Neighborhood Standards. Develop mixed Income Housing Units, including market rate, with High Energy Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality. Design Neighborhood as a Healthy Community with trees, shrubbery and green space. Develop a walkable neighborhood with housing placement, arterial layout, streetscape and destinations that encourage physical activity. Create “complete” streets with shared space for bikers, joggers, pedestrians and transit. Establish “neighborhood center,” where residents congregate, interact, learn, recreate and have access to support services that help them solve problems and reach their potential. Establish Neighborhood Commercial Corridor Create Connections to Jobs and opportunities in and Near the Neighborhood, as well as Throughout the Metropolitan Region. Establish a Transportation Hub that Connect Residents to Centers of Work, Shopping, Service, Recreation and Entertainment.

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15 Commercial Corridor

16 The Perry Choice Neighborhood Center: The Life Chances Campus The Perry Choice Neighborhood Center: The Life Chances Campus

17 Building on BMHA’s Assets: Infill Housing, Rehab and Catalytic Development Connect owners in surrounding neighborhoods to public and private programs that will help improve their property. Connect residents in surrounding neighborhoods to recreational, health and human services in the Perry Choice Neighborhood. Assist with the development of small projects, such as community public art, which will enhance the visual image of the community.

18 Woodson Homes & Kowal Neighborhoods Woodson Homes Kowal

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20 Planning Phases & Time Table Phase One: Start-Up, Project Scoping, Needs Assessment & Data Gathering : May – October 2011 Setting up planning infrastructure Data gathering Partnership Development Resident Interaction, Communication & Consultation Phase Two: Data Analysis, Program Development, Site Planning: November April 2012 Analyze and Interpret Data Initiate Program Development, Site Planning and Housing Strategy Partnership Development Resident Interaction, Communication & Consultation Phase Three: Preparation of Core Components of Plan: May – October 2012 Develop plans for each core section of the Transformation Plan, including the selection & relocation plan and the implementation strategy. Partnership & Leverage Resource Commitments Entered. Partnership Development Resident Interaction, Communication & Consultation. Phase Four: Preparation & Submission of the Transformation Plan, with the implementation strategy : November April 2013 Final Drafts of all Components of the Transformation Plan Finalization of MOUs and Leverage Agreements Partnership Development Resident Interaction, Communication & Consultation Submit Transformation Plan to BMHA

21 Partners & Resource The City of Buffalo Community Preservation Corp (CPC) Community Action Organization of Erie County Blue Cross BlueShield of Western New York Buffalo State College Buffalo Urban Development Corporation D’Youville College King Urban Life Center Erie County Community College Erie County Industrial Development Association Daemon College Empire State College University at Buffalo --U.B. Center for Urban Studies --Liberty Partnership --Center for Education Collaboration --Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) --School of Management Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership --School of Social Work --Buffalo Center for Social Research --Office of Business Engagement and Outreach Sheehan Memorial Hospital True Bethel Baptist Church St. John’s Baptist Church Teen Challenge Erie Niagara Health Education Center Amherst IDA New York State Energy Research and Development Local Corporations The City of Buffalo Community Preservation Corp (CPC) Community Action Organization of Erie County Blue Cross BlueShield of Western New York Buffalo State College Buffalo Urban Development Corporation D’Youville College King Urban Life Center Erie County Community College Erie County Industrial Development Association Daemon College Empire State College University at Buffalo --U.B. Center for Urban Studies --Liberty Partnership --Center for Education Collaboration --Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) --School of Management Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership --School of Social Work --Buffalo Center for Social Research --Office of Business Engagement and Outreach Sheehan Memorial Hospital True Bethel Baptist Church St. John’s Baptist Church Teen Challenge Erie Niagara Health Education Center Amherst IDA New York State Energy Research and Development Local Corporations Buffalo Public School Futures Academy (PS 37) Martin Luther King, Jr. Multicultural Institute (39) East High School Buffalo Promise Neighborhood Initiative Buffalo Museum of Science Read to Succeed Niagara Frontier Transit Authority Home Depot The Outsource Center Erie 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services Buffalo Employment and Training Center Buffalo and Erie County Workforce Development Consortium Catholic Charities Belle Center Erie County Health Department Western New York Regional School-to-Work Partnership P2 Collaborative of Western New York Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Kaleida Health Roswell Park Cancer Institute The New York State Division of Homes and Community Renewal Local Initiatives Support Corporation Local Banks (HSBC, M&T, First Niagara) Local & National Housing Developers and Architectural Firms Public – Private Partnerships Seneca Nation Buffalo Public School Futures Academy (PS 37) Martin Luther King, Jr. Multicultural Institute (39) East High School Buffalo Promise Neighborhood Initiative Buffalo Museum of Science Read to Succeed Niagara Frontier Transit Authority Home Depot The Outsource Center Erie 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services Buffalo Employment and Training Center Buffalo and Erie County Workforce Development Consortium Catholic Charities Belle Center Erie County Health Department Western New York Regional School-to-Work Partnership P2 Collaborative of Western New York Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Kaleida Health Roswell Park Cancer Institute The New York State Division of Homes and Community Renewal Local Initiatives Support Corporation Local Banks (HSBC, M&T, First Niagara) Local & National Housing Developers and Architectural Firms Public – Private Partnerships Seneca Nation

22 Resources BMHA Historical Tax Credits Community Block Grant Funds Low-Income Housing Tax Credits Home Funds Grants New Market Tax Credits Low-income Housing Trust Funds Private Investments Local Banks Seneca Nation Buffalo Public Schools Community Action Organization D’Youville College Buffalo State College Local Foundations Algonquin Studios Erie Community College United Way Catholic Charities Local Foundations (Community Foundation, Wendt Foundation, Oishei)


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