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SAVE THE DATE
Friday, November 21, 2014
White Light Night Block Party

   
5220 Government Street
6:00pm - 10:00pm

Let's Do It Again!



Congratulations to the Red Stick Project for the
great work at the BREC Saia Park in Melrose East

MCRA is a proud partner of the Red Stick Project

Red Stick Project
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Wanna Buy a House?

The recent news reports do not capture the details that you need to know about qualifying. 


Click BELOW to see if you are eligible 


HAP GUIDELINES


Click BELOW to see the Target Area Map


TARGET AREA MAP


Click BELOW to get started (or to get yourself ready to buy)


Gulf Coast Housing Partnership & Mid City Redevelopment Alliance

 are proud to announce the Grand Opening of 

Beltline Townhomes and Carona Apartments: 

Mid City's Newest Affordable Housing Opportunity 




CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION



2014 Corporate Cup
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The mission of Mid City Redevelopment Alliance is to promote and develop the growth and renewal of the Mid City region of Baton Rouge by attracting new and retaining current residents and businesses 



Pictured L to R: Emel Alexander, UREC Executive Director, Samuel Sanders, MCRA Executive Director, Robinn Betts, MCRA Home Ownership Center Manager, and James Perry, GNOFHAC Executive Director

Mid City Redevelopment Alliance & Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation were selected by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center to receive $35,000 grants from their Community Revitalization Fund. Funds will be used to support efforts to preserving and promote housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income households in Baton Rouge.





Pictured: Matt McKay, chairman of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation and Samuel Sanders, MCRA executive director

The John W. Barton, Sr. Excellence in Nonprofit Management Award is presented annually to three directors of non-profit organizations in the Baton Rouge Area.
The award is named as a tribute to Mr. Barton, who led a group that created the Baton Rouge Area Foundation in 1964. 
The Foundation honored the Barton winners at its Annual Meeting on March 19, 2014. Each honoree received a check for $10,000. 
2014 Honorees: 
Samuel Sanders (MCRA), Major Stephen Long (The Salvation Army) and Timothy Muffit (Baton Rouge Symphony).


Congratulations  
Poets & Philosophers Neighborhood
2014 Neighborhood Challenge Winner!





FIXUP! 2014


Read the blog that captures the spirit of the event

THANK YOU: 
Tipton Associates, Title Event Sponsor
Bistro Byronz
Baton Rouge Coca-Cola
Miller Lite
Simpson's Mid City Stores