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Build on vacant land

Providing partners with the chance to build something new on available land

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Commercial sales

Helping empty, tax-delinquent commercial properties get a new start

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Demolition

Returning lots to positive community uses, like green space and urban gardens

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Lots to license

Licensing vacant lots for a community project, urban garden, or green space

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Neighborhood data

Collecting neighborhood data to support residents and inform decision making

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Renovate a home

Offering the chance to renovate a home in a fair, affordable way

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Side lot sales

Providing owners with the opportunity to buy the vacant lot next door

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Tax foreclosure

A tool used to take control of vacant and abandoned properties

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Home Preservation Initiative

Eligible Lucas County homeowners can receive a home visit, free general advice, low-interest home improvement loans, and helpful client service from our team.

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RISE Neighborhoods

Through a targeted investment approach, RISE Neighborhoods receive support and resources for businesses, homeowners, and the community.

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With the Land Bank’s help, we were able to expand our business quickly. Before we acquired the building from the Land Bank, we had eight employees. Now we have 28!

Chad Buck Owner of Buck Brothers Paving on Avondale Avenue

The Redevelopment of St. Anthony's

The Land Bank is committed to redeveloping the former St. Anthony's church building for the benefit of the Junction neighborhood.

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The Four Corners

In downtown Toledo, there's only one corner where all four original buildings remain. The Land Bank is working to bring the Spitzer and Nicholas Buildings - two of the four - back to life.

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