The Raleigh Regional Association of REALTORS® used NAR’s Placemaking Level 2 Grant to help build the first Harnett County Storybook Trail.
NAR’s Placemaking Grant helped the Ponca City Development Authority in Oklahoma to add more picnic tables and shade areas to Central Fare – a community project.
The Central Panhandle Association of REALTORS® used NAR's placemaking grant to help rebuild Adams Park destroyed by the Hurricane Michael in Panama City, FL.
Too many narrow spaces between and behind buildings have gotten a bad rap. That's why communities are "activating" their alleyways. Learn more.
Playful Learning Landscapes (PLL) is an initiative that marries the science of child development with urban design to embed learning opportunities.
NAR’s Placemaking Grant has been around since 2014 and has provided over $1.4 million in funding to help build pocket parks, parklets, trails, and more.
Find out about Rails-to-Trails Conservancy mission to build a nation connected by trails and learn more about its TrailNation™ projects.