Neighborland is a fun and easy tool for people to shape future businesses and services in their neighborhoods.
Inspired by I Wish This Was, this project takes that idea a few steps further to help collect demand and bring people together, so the future of our communities better reflects our desires today. It connects residents who want things with likeminded people, initiatives, and resources. It’s a valuable poll for civic leaders and developers to assess what residents want in vacant real estate and existing public spaces. And it promotes entrepreneurship by revealing neighborhood demands and proving there is a viable customer base for new businesses to open.
The project has been a big team effort led by Dan Parham and Tee Parham with integral development by James Reeves, Alan Williams, and Chris Palmatier.