What we have here is an opportunity to leave our version of orange pulps on a community. The opportunity for this is now.
This is the last standalone building that can do the job this requires.
The area is deteriorating fast. And this building won’t be on the market for much longer.
Equip this community with the correct tools. And be heroes by those you give a chance to choose their own destiny.
I urge you, If you aren’t on board with the idea of community impact, then it’s ok… we’re not a good fit for each other.
But for me… I see myself walking down the street of Norwood Ave 5 years from now. What I see is a 200% increase for this community. Where wealth is not measured by working multiple jobs. Living paycheck to paycheck…
- I see the return of balanced economics. Where people are spending more locally because they have more.
- They are leaving their homes for culture and community events. Which encourages more businesses to move into the area to fill the demand.
- This brings back more jobs and increases the hourly wages and amount of hours available to work.
- I see a building that creates other sources of income. So that people have more coming in and feel secure.
I remind you that we’re not asking if a community should have the correct tools to create their future.
The answer to that is undeniable YES.