Tackling blight and vacancy is key to creating more affordable housing opportunities in our neighborhoods.

Former ELDI Director of Land Recycling Kendall Pelling is featured in a new Pittsburgh Quarterly article that looks at Pittsburgh’s blight issue.

“If you don’t control the property, you don’t control anything,” Pelling said.

➡ Learn more about what Pelling is due to tackle blight through his new organization Rising Tide Partners here.