GLRPPR Sector Resource: Managing Vacant and Abandoned Property in the Green Zone of Saginaw, Michigan
Managing Vacant and Abandoned Property in the Green Zone of Saginaw, Michigan
This report focuses on the reuse of vacant and abandoned property in the city of Saginaw, Michigan. In 2010, the city requested assistance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to identify options for managing land use and infrastructure in the
Green Zone, a 350-acre neighborhood in northeast Saginaw that has the largest concentration of vacant and abandoned property in the city. This report details the results of EPA's study, and is informative for the
city of Saginaw, as well as other communities around the country that are facing similar development challenges.
U.S. EPA Office of Sustainable Communities
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