The Columbus Land Bank Program

The Columbus Land Bank Program was established in 1994 to improve Columbus neighborhoods through revitalization of vacant and underutilized housing units. The Columbus Land Bank holds property to sell for redevelopment by third parties. They have sold 456 properties to various non-profit and for-profit developers and homeowners. Their Community Garden Program encourages agriculture and community beautification projects, with an average of 30-40 sites utilized for these projects annually.

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