GREFPAC Quarterly Education Meeting
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Join us June 5th for our
Complimentary Educational Meeting
Susan Adams, Director of Research, Policy & Information for the
Atlanta Development Neighborhood Partnership (ANDP)
From her unique position from within the neighborhoods, Susan will provide the hands
on insight into
- Data and trends in metro Atlanta from the neighborhood to the zip code to the counties.
- Trends in investor activity in metro Atlanta including rehab and renting.
- Misrepresentation and/or fraud preventing measures taken by ANDP
and Piece by Piece.
The meeting is complimentary, please register so we can insure ample seating.
Atlanta Junior League Headquarters, 3154 Northside Pkwy, NW Atlanta, GA 30327
10am - Noon: Program
Established in 1991, ANDP is a nonprofit, affordable housing advocacy organization that was created as a result of the merger of the Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber of Commerce's Housing Resource Center and the Atlanta Economic Development Corporation's Neighborhood Development Department. The impetus for ANDP's creation was to address the diminishing supply of affordable housing in the Metropolitan Atlanta region as well as to help reclaim declining neighborhoods in its core.
Today, ANDP works with a dynamic network of businesses and organizations to invest in, advocate for and actually participate in the bricks and mortar building process of new affordable, mixed income housing and community revitalization. This network encompasses lenders, for-profit and non-profit developers, public and private agencies, foundations and community development corporations (CDCs) - all working for positive change at the neighborhood level.
ANDP has been engaged in developing housing for people of moderate to low incomes. This dedicated work has resulted in the investment, building or renovation of more than 8,000 housing units in the Atlanta metropolitan region.