Communities with healthy economies contain businesses that serve both the needs of residents and markets that reach beyond their borders. Healthy communities offer economic opportunity for residents to become producers, as well as consumers, through participation in the work force or entrepreneurial activity.

Whether guiding industrial development initiatives in Jacksonville’s Rail Yard District, Duluth Lincoln Park’s Craft Business District, or as a consultant to LISC MetroEdge market analysis and commercial corridor strategy assistance in Phoenix, San Diego, or Richmond, Bookman Associates combines decades of experience with sound data and on-the-ground analysis to engage stakeholders in strategies that connect low- and moderate-income communities and their assets to the economic mainstream of their regions.

Commercial Corridor Revival in Richmond