The USJF development areas will generate increases in property value, accompanied by an increase in payroll-tax revenue from jobs created. More than 600 affordable housing units for more than 2,400 residents will be created or rehabilitated in the first planned community to be developed.

The community will include an 800- to 1,000-seat synagogue, 4,000 square feet of medical clinics and offices, a technical-training center, boys' and girls' schools, a library, a community swimming pool, a security and emergency station, a post office, 150 assisted-living units, a 200-room hotel with meeting and dining facilities, and a community square. A park will be strategically developed within the property.


The Federation recognizes that significant segments of the Jewish population of major U.S. cities live in overcrowded tenements. The proposed developments will give more than 600 families in each location the opportunity to move their homes and businesses to communities with small-town atmospheres, yet in close proximity to urban settings.

The prposed new developments will be wonderful places to live and work and raise a family. Through planning and partnership with government officials in target cities, the communities will also be safe; its residents will feel free to stroll or bike along the waterways or through centralized parks spaces to be developed.
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