• Fresh Coast Capital Tagline
    Fresh Coast Capital: Revitalizing communities through innovative and sustainable investment solutions
  • Land Program
    Fresh Coast’s Vacant Land Program partners with cities to install and finance park-like working landscapes that revitalize vacant land
  • Infrastructure Program
    Fresh Coast’s Green Infrastructure Program partners with cities to prioritize stormwater management alongside community, environmental and economic outcomes

Fresh Coast Capital revitalizes unused urban land into networks of productive green space
that help the community and promote resiliency.

What We Do

Help Your
City

  • City saves money because Fresh Coast maintains properties
  • Operating business increases city tax base
  • Vacant land reuse creates livable spaces to attract and retain residents
  • City meets EPA regulations for stormwater management

Help Your
Community

  • Jobs for local contractors, engineering partners, and nonprofit partners
  • Property value improvements
  • Lower crime
  • Health benefits
  • Educational programming opportunities
  • Expanded urban agriculture

Help Your
Environment

  • Stormwater and green infrastructure
  • Climate resiliency
  • Carbon sequestration
  • Soil & groundwater remediation

Recent News & Press


Img: ksdk.com

Tree farms replace vacant land in St. Louis

Crews from Fresh Coast Capital and Jeffrey Boyd, ward 22 alderman, planted 1,500 hybrid poplars on 42 parcels of city-owned property....
Full Story at KSDK.com  


Img: Maria Altman, St. Louis Public Radio

St. Louis takes new look at old problem

The Land Reutilization Authority owns more than 11,000 parcels in the city of St. Louis. It’s a land mass roughly the size of Forest Park....
Full Story at Saint Louis Public Radio  



Img: Michigan Municipal League/Flickr

Hard-Pressed Rust Belt Cities Go Green to Aid Urban Revival

Gary, Indiana is joining Detroit and other fading U.S. industrial centers in an effort to turn abandoned neighborhoods and factory sites into gardens, parks, and forests.....
Full Story at Yale Environment 360  

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