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The Center for Community Progress’ expertise in vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties has been showcased in hundreds of national and local media outlets, including the New York TimesWall Street JournalWashington Post, and others. 

 

Media inquiries should be directed to:

 

Chelsea A. Allinger

Director of Communications and Development

callinger@communityprogress.net (Email is preferred)

Office: (877) 542-4842 ext. 153

 

Frequently Asked Questions:


What sort of expertise can Center for Community Progress provide for an article?

As a national organization, the Center for Community Progress is best positioned to provide broader contextual information and trends from the field. Our staff and advisors have knowledge in land banking, property tax systems and tax lien sales, code enforcement, neighborhood market analysis, vacant land reuse, rental regulation, and a number of other topics related to vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties.

 

How should the Center for Community Progress be described in articles?

The Center for Community Progress is a national nonprofit that helps communities address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties.

 

Where is the Center for Community Progress headquartered?

The Center for Community Progress is headquartered in Flint, Michigan. The organization also maintains brick-and-mortar offices in Washington, D.C., and Detroit, Michigan.

 

What is the mission of the Center for Community Progress?

The mission of Center for Community Progress is to foster strong, equitable communities where vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties are transformed into assets for neighbors and neighborhoods.