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During this time, neighborhood business districts have become enclaves of both creativity and inspiration.
Description : This project includes capital enhancements in designated Neighborhood Business Districts, with emphasis on districts that have not yet received One-Time Capital Funding or may have had smaller projects in previous cycles.
It also changed where the ordinance would be in effect, from the Central and Neighborhood Business Districts, which do not exist under the city's zoning, to Commercial 1 and 2 districts.
This is another innovative idea to help strengthen our neighborhood business districts," Boston Mayor Thomas M.
40% construction overhead) is for capital enhancements within the 15 designated Neighborhood Business Districts.
NSCDF finances strategically important businesses such as retail shops in neighborhood business districts (Bistro To Go, Rita's Italian Ice), builders and manufacturing firms (J Francis Company, Team Laminates) and technology firms (Bookminders, Imbue Tech) among others.
Local leaders can try to revitalize neighborhood business districts and attract commercial development, but when they build middle class homes, businesses follow, he said.
I've discovered that communities of all sizes across the country use BIDS as tools to help revitalize lagging downtown and neighborhood business districts.