Arlington Park

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Neighborhood Drawing DisplayIn the 1920s and 1930s, the Arlington Park neighborhood was a highly desirable address. Today, the City of Greensboro, the Greensboro Housing Development Partnership Inc. (GHDP), and the Arlington Park Neighborhood Association are working to make it a special place again.

The pinnacle of the neighborhood's revitalization is the creation of "The Village" at Arlington Park, a residential development community that includes a mixture of single-family homes and twin homes, as well as a 4.4-acre public open space with a paved pedestrian trail.

The City provided the primary financing for this project using Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. Martin Luther King Drive, a main thoroughfare through the neighborhood, also underwent streetscape improvements that focused on adding decorative street lights, calming traffic, and creating a more pedestrian friendly atmosphere.

A Few Other Accomplishments

  • Enforced a comprehensive minimum housing code
  • Rehabilitated 60 private homes
  • Sold four historic houses for renovation
  • Amended neighborhood zoning

Arlington Park Redevelopment Plan  Arlington Park Map 

Hart Crane