Drexel Boulevard TIF

Designation: 2002    Terminated: 2018

The 16-acre Drexel Boulevard TIF district was designated to support the coordinated development of new mixed-income and mixed-density housing on 16 acres of vacant land in the Oakland community. The district is designed to promote the creation of rental units for market rate, affordable and low-income households and for sale units at market rate and affordable prices. Funds from the TIF are intended to help assemble land into parcels of appropriate size and shape for redevelopment, create adequate off-street parking to meet existing and anticipated requirements, upgrade public utilities, and create safe and efficient and transportation routes for vehicles and pedestrians.


Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
Designation Ordinance (PDF)
Annual Report (PDF)
Projection Report (Data Portal)

Drexel TIF district, roughly bounded on the north by 41st Street, 42nd Place on the south, Drexel Boulevard on the east, and Cottage Grove Avenue on the west.


Jazz on the Boulevard

Supporting Information Facts