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Park Central Development 2015 Annual Report

It has been a great year for Park Central Development and the neighborhoods and communities with whom we work. Please take a moment and review our 2015 Annual Report and learn more about some of the activities we were involved in last year. We look forward to 2016 and all of the opportunity the year will… Read More >>

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Park Central Development named grant recipient

Park Central Development is honored to be among the 2016 RISE Collaborative Grant recipients. The Collaborative Grant Program focuses on providing financial resources coupled with technical assistance to build the capacity and sustainability of non-profit community-based development organizations in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Funds from the grant will be used to develop an action plan to address critical… Read More >>

Park Central welcomes new position

Park Central Development is happy to introduce our newest staff member, Hannah Curtin.  Hannah is a familiar face, having joined Park Central Development as an intern in August, 2014.  Hannah has been involved with multiple marketing efforts, special events, and development analysis efforts in the last year. Hannah holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Community… Read More >>

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Park Central Development expands role in St. Louis City

Park Central Development is excited to announce our expanded role in St. Louis City, helping neighborhoods and commercial districts outside the central corridor with technical assistance and managerial support in the design and delivery of enhanced community services.  The first venture outside the central corridor is the Bevo Commercial District.  Over the past three months, Park Central staff… Read More >>

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Crosswalk ramps being installed throughout FPSE

For the past year, the Forest Park Southeast Infrastructure Committee and Park Central Development staff have been working on a project to improve pedestrian safety and accessibility throughout the neighborhood. After conducting various surveys, meeting with members of the City of St. Louis Streets Department and Board of Public Services, and developing a priority list… Read More >>

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