Executive Director, Jeff Epstein discuss the State of MidTown

This year we focused on a second strategic plan priority, equally as important, that we’ve spent a considerable amount of time working on this year – creating a complete MidTown neighborhood that transforms MidTown from a pass through to a place. The MidTown team is constantly working on planning, placemaking, and real estate development under the goal of establishing a shared vision and leading a collective effort to plan and develop a neighborhood that embarrasses  and exhibits a sense of place.We work at the macro-neighborhood level (corridor planning for Carnegie) and the micro-street level (improving the intersection of Euclid and East 55th Creating quality places that people want to live, work, play and learn in.