The Broadway Neighborhood Conservation Plan was the first neighborhood plan conducted in partnership with a neighborhood association. The comprehensive neighborhood plan focused largely on the identification and protection of historic architecture but also created goals and strategies related to housing condition and rehabilitation, investment property, vacant lots, abandoned houses, businesses in residential areas, noise and trash, realtors, security, physical enhancements, neighborhood promotion, downtown connection, and more.
Elements of the plan were updated in 1999, revealing that buildings in good condition improved by 20% and the number of single-family units increased by 73 units, mostly through duplexes being converted back to single-family residences.
Broadway Neighborhood Conservation Plan
Area: Seventh to 13th avenues, from 17th to 23rd streets