Rick Nevels, Eastlake-Garfield Steering Committee member with his neighbors at Luke Krohn Public Housing
Tanya Moushi, Co-owner of Greater than Coffee, a small business that operates out of Co+Hoots in the Eastlake-Garfield District.
Gaby Duran, Gateway Steering Committee Chair and Hilaria Rodriguez, Sky Harbor Neighborhood Association President
Telpriore Tucker, Eastlake-Garfield Steering Committee member, entrepreneur, and founder of The Battery Bike Co.
Erica Pizano-Navarro, coordinator of Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation at Gateway Community College
Ryan Hoffmeyer, Gateway Steering Committee member and Assistant Chief Operating Officer at The Arizona State Hospital
Essen Otu, Gateway Steering Committee Member and Diversity & Community Affairs Director at Mountain Park Health Center with staff
Former Councilman Calvin c. Goode, Eastlake-Garfield Steering Committee member and long time community leader
Dana Johnson and Jacob Atkins, Eastlake-Garfield Steering committee members and members of the Garfield Organization

Reinvent PHX is a collaborative partnership between the City of Phoenix, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Arizona State University, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives and numerous other organizations committed to developing walkable, opportunity-rich communities connected to light rail. Reinvent PHX will create action plans for districts along the light rail system. The plans will establish a community-based vision for the future and identify investment strategies to improve the quality of life for all residents. This process will establish a new, transit-oriented model for urban planning and development along the city's light rail system.




Quality Development


Create an attractive environment for investment in high quality and equitable Transit-Oriented Development.

Smart Growth Model


Establish a model process for guiding smart, cost-effective investment along light rail corridors.

Civic Engagement


Empower the community, including low-income and limited English-speaking residents, to be actively involved in the decision-making and implementation processes.

Return on Investment


Capitalize on the community’s investment in light rail by guiding development to benefit residents, lower the cost of living, and enhance unique and historic characteristics.

Overview Map

The communities along the existing light rail system have been organized into 6 unique Districts.
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Gateway District

In 2040, the Gateway District hosts new and renovated housing options, a small grocery store, and other family-owned businesses that employ District residents.
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Eastlake-Garfield District

In 2040, the Eastlake-Garfield District is culturally diverse, with active streets and exciting, innovative businesses. Visitors notice the inclusive feel, entrepreneurial spirit, and historic preservation that have been the District’s aesthetic for years.
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Downtown District (completed)

Downtown Phoenix Urban Form Project was adopted by City Council July 2, 2008. This effort resulted in the Downtown Code which was adopted by City Council in 2010 and is now Chapter 12 of the Zoning Ordinance.

Midtown District

Coming Soon.
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Uptown District

Coming Soon.
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Solano District

Coming Soon
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About ReinventPHX

Reinvent PHX is a collaborative partnership between the City of Phoenix, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Arizona State University, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives and local organizations committed to growing a sustainable city.

 

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