Paul C. Brophy  |  Contributor

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Paul C. Brophy is a principal with Brophy & Reilly LLC, a consulting firm specializing in economic development and neighborhood improvement, the management of complex urban redevelopment projects, and the development of mixed-income housing communities. Brophy has been a senior adviser to the Center for Community Progress, a senior scholar at the George Warren Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, and a senior adviser to Enterprise Community Partners. He is currently an adjunct professor at Georgetown University's School of Urban and Regional Planning.

Brophy is co-author or editor of four books: On the Edge: America's Middle Neighborhoods (2016); Neighborhood Revitalization: Theory and Practice (1975); Housing and Local Government (1982), and A Guide to Careers in Community Development (2001). He holds a master's degree in city planning from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree from Lasalle University.

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America’s Forgotten ‘Middle Neighborhoods’

They're neither distressed nor booming, but they're essential. Cities need to pay more attention to them.

January 5, 2017
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