CRP conducted research for the report Creating a Tipping Point: Housing Development as a Tool for Neighborhood Revitalization. Columbus Housing Partnership and the City of Columbus Housing Division are interested in supplementing this research by conducting a sophisticated market analysis. The purpose of this analysis is to examine the demographic, housing, and land use characteristics of older Columbus to develop a neighborhood typology that guides housing and neighborhood revitalization strategies. CRP has outlined a process to develop a Columbus neighborhood typology: Readily available data - Analyze readily available demographic and property data to describe the characteristics of Columbus neighborhoods, and make a recommendation for Phase II methodology. Statistical modeling - Use the sophisticated market analysis methodology or other analysis model to develop a typology of Columbus neighborhoods. Community input and feedback - Present the Phase I and II analysis to neighborhood residents and other community stakeholders for feedback and verification and finalize typology based on input.
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