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Solutions For: TIGER Grant Applicants

April 22, 2013 / Comments Off on Solutions For: TIGER Grant Applicants

Office of the Secretary of Transportation announces $473.847 million to be awarded by the DOT to TIGER program
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ESI Sponsors PACDC 2013 Gala

April 20, 2013 / Comments Off on ESI Sponsors PACDC 2013 Gala

Join Lee Huang and Philadelphia’s community development industry leaders at the PACDC’s 2013 Gala and Award Ceremony to celebrate and honor excellence in the field and impact on neighborhoods for the better. >See the Honorees

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Project Mention | Iowa Demonstration Fund

April 19, 2013 / Comments Off on Project Mention | Iowa Demonstration Fund

ESI Econonomic Impact Study makes top news in Iowa via AP top news in Iowa at 3:58 p.m. CDT | www.whiotv.com >Read More

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Project Mention | “New Study on Historic Preservation Tax Credits Completed”

March 5, 2013 / Comments Off on Project Mention | “New Study on Historic Preservation Tax Credits Completed”

The Historic Preservation Office (HPO) announces the publication of a study entitled “Leveraging Federal Economic Development Resources with State Historic Rehab Tax Credits.” The study was prepared by Jeffrey Oakman and Marvin Ward, both fiscal analysts for the District’s Chief Financial Officer. The study looks to quantify the role that state rehabilitation tax credits play […]

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Media Mention | EconomicDevelopmentHQ.com

December 12, 2012 / Comments Off on Media Mention | EconomicDevelopmentHQ.com

Econsult was retained by the Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations (PACDC) to estimate the economic impact of these CDCs.
EconomicDevelopmentHQ notes, “This is the first-ever study of the economic impact of Philadelphia CDCs, prepared by Econsult Corporation, and was funded by a $50,000 grant from Citi Community Development. For the study, Econsult surveyed 44 local CDCs.”

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