In a new article, Diana Jones Nelson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette features the results of our crime study analysis, completed by third-party consulting firm, Numeritics. Click the link below to find out more about the strategies we employed to make East Liberty a safer place to live, work and play:
“Through the 2000s, ELDI was buying, renovating and replacing properties for mixed-income buyers, but it intensified its efforts in 2008, going after property owners who allowed criminal behavior as long as tenants didn’t complain about lax maintenance.
ELDI’s acquisition of both large and small apartment buildings led to renovations and the hiring of effective property managers and off-duty police officers. At the same time, ELDI kept the same racial composition and low rents, Numeritics reported.”