When obsolete land uses and substandard housing conditions render conservation of a neighborhood area as economically infeasible, redevelopment may be undertaken by the ity in consultation with the residents, businesses, and institutions in a neighborhood.
A redevelopment plan may consist of acquisition and clearance of all or a portion of a neighborhood with the replatting, potential rezoning of the land uses and the construction and/or improvement of the streets, sidewalks, utilities and public open spaces in the area. Redevelopment has been completed in recent years in the following neighborhoods.
Kimberly Park Subdivision -
44 single-family houses constructed between 14th Street to Northwest Crawford Place, Garfield to Clark Avenue from 1987 to 1992.
East Winston -
(#58) single-family houses and 96 multi-family units constructed between 11th to 14th Streets, Locust to Cameron Avenue from 1987 to 1994.
(#80) single-family homes and rental units constructed and 60 rental units rehabilitated between 14th Street and 19th Street, Cleveland to Jackson Avenues from 1992 to 1998.
Northeast Winston -
15 single-family homes constructed and 177 rental units rehabilitated between 18th and 21st streets from Cleveland to Jackson Avenues from 1993 to 1998.