Working with the Franklinton neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio, the PCI Foundation has created a project that will be useful to the residents of the neighborhood. In 2004, a flood wall was built that took Franklinton from a non-buildable, unattractive to developers neighborhood to a much more desirable neighborhood for development. From its peak of 30,000, the area is now home to 8,830 people. Households (which are primarily focused within the western half of Franklinton) earn around $21,455 per year on average – just more than half the average in Central Ohio.
Check out more about the program in the video and full program below.