August 29, 2012
DGI Completes a new Strategic Work Program.
After months of thoughtful review and analysis, DGI has completed and published a new work program. The organization will use the work program to focus its limited resources on priority projects over the next three years. To see the projects and learn about the process, click here.
June 26, 2012
“What if having a vibrant city that people flocked to was just a matter of simple math? Well, it turns out, it is.
This edition of the Buckley Report focuses on the secret some cities have discovered that is right here on Main Street in Greensboro.” (from myfox8.com)
June 15, 2012
Downtown Greensboro Inc. (DGI) is nearing the completion of its new Work Program. Based on input from over one hundred people, DGI has developed this draft. Let us know your thoughts.
Click here for full draft report (pdf).
April 27, 2012
Downtown Greensboro Inc. (DGI) asks you to talk to friends and family about the benefits of a performing arts center (PAC) in Downtown Greensboro. The people supporting this project want it to reflect the needs and desires of our community. As more residents understand what a Downtown PAC will mean to an enriched lifestyle and economic growth, they’ll agree … Read More
March 26, 2012
Greensboro News & Record, Letter to the Editor, 05/24/12
Greensboro’s War Memorial Auditorium is antiquated and in deplorable condition. It has served its purpose for more than 50 years but Greensboro needs a new performing arts center. It is a quality-of-life component that is needed to help make our city attractive to new business and industry and … Read More
March 26, 2012
WFMY News 2, Cash Mob Rains in Downtown Greensboro, 3/25/12
Greensboro, NC — Forget “Flash Mobs.” People gathered Saturday in Greensboro for a “Cash Mob.”
The goal? Getting you to spend your money at locally-owned businesses. According to their website, organizers had only three rules: First, spend at least $10 at a local business; second, meet three people you didn’t know … Read More
March 23, 2012
By Susan Shore Schwartz, Tom Taylor and Dawn Chaney
Greensboro News & Record article, March 18, 2012
The mayor and City Council have started a collaborative process to bring our community together to examine the need for a performing arts center in downtown. Rather than follow the same process that resulted in two failed public … Read More