Crenshaw Corridor: A Multigenerational Vision
housing; commercial facilities; childcare, charter schools; jobs; and business development. These, albeit in a more focused and collaborative process, are the same elements that make up Sustainable Communities.Investments and accompanying technical assistance will be made through both people and place-based strategies that provide a balanced agendafor community development. This agenda includes venues andinstitutions where residents and business owners live, learn, work and recreate. Another important feature of our approach will be toenable our partners to explore, pilot and bring to scale innovative programs and projects that are the realization of the Quality of LifePlans. In short, Los Angeles LISC seeks to nourish communitieswherein
People in Place
can thrive within selective SustainableCommunities.
Seeking to produce outcomes of a transformative scale, LosAngeles LISC has designated three Sustainable Communitiesneighborhoods and will provide focused support and investment asrequired to realize visible and demonstrable results. Believing thatsuccess breeds success, Los Angeles LISC has adopted a strategyfor Sustainable Communities that will use successes in certainneighborhoods to build momentum for the initiative across all sites.This strategy will validate the approach, attract additionalsupporters and partners and inform subsequent efforts.Los Angeles LISC’s three Sustainable Communities Neighborhoods are:
Lead Agency — Community Build, Inc.
Lead Agency — East Los Angeles Community Corporation
Central Avenue Corridor
Coalition for Responsible Community Development