November 22, 2019

Video: Affordable Housing Fund

Featuring 2019 Exemplary Partner Arizona Community Foundation and 2019 Exemplary Project FSL’s the Marist on Cathedral Square
October 31, 2018

2018 Exemplary Project: Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes HIA

Before the Housing Authority of Maricopa County moved forward with the redevelopment of the oldest affordable housing community in their stock, they commissioned a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) to understand the impact of their decisions. The Coffelt-Lamoreaux Public Housing Redevelopment HIA analyzed data and gathered interviews to understand the experiences […]
October 31, 2018

2018 Exemplary Partner: WESCAP

When William Spreitzer founded WESCAP Investments, Inc. in 1980, affordable housing wasn’t on his radar. But since working with the city of Flagstaff in 1995 on an affordable living project, WESCAP has become a leading force for affordable housing completing 25 developments in Arizona and 10 more in the Midwest. […]
October 31, 2018

2018 Exemplary Collaborative: World Bazaar & Phoenix Community Market

Shoppers come out to the World Bazaar & Phoenix Community Market twice a year in the park-and-ride lot at 19th Ave. and Camelback to experience delicious food, live music and artisan shopping. The idea grew out of the immigrant and refugee community seeking to introduce themselves to Phoenix and longing […]
November 1, 2017

2017 LISC Phoenix Exemplary Project Mountain Park Health Center Tempe Clinic

November 1, 2017

2017 LISC Phoenix Exemplary Partner Nordstrom Bank

November 1, 2017

2017 LISC Phoenix Exemplary Collaborative Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center

September 30, 2015

TOD $30 Million Announcement

LISC Phoenix and Raza Development Fund pledge $30 million to spur transit oriented development
June 29, 2015

Phoenix Indian School Legacy Project

LISC Phoenix, Native American Connections and Phoenix Indian Center are working together to renovate the band building at the Phoenix Indian School with the support of The Caterpillar Foundation.
November 7, 2014

State Farm – LISC 2014 Outstanding Partner Award

This year, we recognize State Farm for their groundbreaking effort that brings jobs to the light rail corridor, and for recognizing the importance of connecting workforce and jobs to transit. We appreciate their long-standing partnership, most recently in the revitalization work along Apache Blvd. The current light rail corridor crosses […]
November 7, 2014

Arizona Housing Alliance – LISC 2014 Outstanding Collaborative Award

Arizona Housing Alliance is a statewide association dedicated to advancing the vision that every Arizonan has a quality home that they can afford. Arizona Housing Alliance works to expand sustainable housing opportunities for low and moderate income people through education, advocacy, and collaboration with members in its communities. This past […]
November 7, 2014

The Newton – LISC 2014 Outstanding Project Award

The Newton is a project that is also attracting jobs to a neglected segment of the corridor while bringing back to life the iconic Beef Eaters restaurant. Named in honor of Beef Eaters founder Jay Newton, The Newton honors the neighborhood’s roots while serving as a creative and inspired gathering […]
November 7, 2014

Congressman Ed Pastor – LISC 2014 Special Guest and Honoree

This year we are honoring Congressman Ed Pastor for 38 years of work as a champion of community development improvements for neighborhoods that have been historically underserved. The work of LISC Phoenix and our partners, especially in the arenas of affordable housing and transit, would not have been nearly as […]
October 29, 2014

Connecting the Valley

October 29, 2014

Connecting Phx Trailer

December 18, 2013

A Day in the Life of Karin Kellas, resident at Lofts at McKinley

December 6, 2013

Progress In Communities

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
October 13, 2013

Stand Up for Housing

Arizona Department of Housing Benefits of developing transit oriented design into the valley’s landscape.
June 6, 2012

LISC Phoenix on Arizona PBS

Executive Director of LISC Phoenix, Teresa Brice, talks about her organization that, for the past 20 years, has been helping Valley residents transform neglected neighborhoods into areas of pride by way of financial aid, technical assistance and advocacy.
June 28, 2011

Phoenix LISC Building Sustainable Communities Presentation

LISC’s Building Sustainable Communities approach to comprehensive development is a local strategy that helps low-income communities become adequate places to live, work, do business and raise families. This presentation highlights Phoenix LISC’s efforts to bring about positive change through partnerships with local organizations and community members. The discussion is led […]