Vote for the Seward Redesign project at Pepsi Refresh!

Seward Redesign is planning to develop a four acre industrial site near the Franklin Light Rail Transit (LRT) Station in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis. Drawing from the values of our community, we have created a vision for the future of city living that includes virtually everything an urban dweller could wish for: where rooftop gardens, private and public green space, young and old generations, mixed-income housing, direct assess to the city-wide bike highway and LRT Station, locally generated energy, carbon neutrality, and more come together. In order to make this vision a reality, Redesign is in need of funding to support the necessary design, engineering, and project management services.

We have applied and been accepted into the Pepsi Refresh Project, which is giving grants to various projects across the country that are trying to make this world a better place. There are 1,000 projects in the running this month, and the top projects in each category receive funding. We are in the neighborhood category for a $250,000 grant.

This is where you come in! Click on the link below and vote for our project. You can vote once a day for the whole month of May! Please help us vote, we can’t do it without you.

http://www.refresheverything.com/thefutureofurbanliving

Thank you!

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One thought on “Vote for the Seward Redesign project at Pepsi Refresh!

  1. Katya Pilling

    I’ve put a reminder on my calendar to help me remember to vote each day – this is a great opportunity for our community – thanks for your help!!!

    Reply

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