The Downtown Journal reports:
There's been a firesale on land in Eliot Park lately, and there's still a ton of beautiful housing stock in that area.
“The whole intention of Phase Two is to leverage funds by working with private and public organizations,” she said.
That means Elliot Park will stay out of future development projects similar to East Village and Grant Park. “There's so much less money,” Braun said. “Now that private investment has started [in Elliot Park], we don't need to give money away anymore.”
Instead, EPNI might purchase and fix up a building, then lease it out, for example.
Meeting is at Eliot Park Rec Center. 11/14, at 6 p. m.