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WHO WE ARE

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Who We Are

Midtown in Motion is a community-based effort to improve the Midtown neighborhood of Atlantic City. Our team of residents, business and community leaders, and local agencies are working hard to ensure that the neighborhood has a plan for realizing its full potential. 

Our Board Of Directors

Please meet the governing body of our organization who have been elected by community stakeholders to set strategy and oversee operations. Our board is comprised of community residents, business owners, and AtlantiCare professionals. Headshots & bios will be uploaded shortly for each of our board members.

Midtown is in the Heart of Atlantic City

The Midtown neighborhood is home to numerous community assets, engaged organizations, prosperous & promising businesses, and well-established neighborhoods.

It includes the following geographic area:

  • Kentucky Avenue to Tennessee Avenue between Sewell and Wabash

  • Ohio Avenue to Tennessee Avenue between Wabash and Baltic

  • Arkansas Avenue to Virginia Avenue between Baltic and Pacific

  • Michigan Avenue to Connecticut Avenue between Pacific Avenue and Boardwalk

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Community Service

Our Focus Areas

1

Clean & Safe

This is a major issue raised by all Atlantic City community stakeholders. We are addressing loitering, drug sales, homelessness, and all issues that drive the public away from the businesses in the neighborhood.

2

Neighborhood Enhancement

Midtown has many vacant and abandoned properties that are in need of repair. Park enhancement, utilization of space, and youth programming are major goals for us.

3

Economic Development

Strong support for the businesses in Midtown is needed and it is important that they organize so that all merchants can contribute to our efforts. Additionally, the Midtown CDC will offer grants to support local businesses. 

4

Arts & Culture

Midtown has a great history and a diverse population. Promoting the arts, celebrating this diversity through events, celebrations, and facilities like the African American Museum of South Jersey are important aspects of our plan.

5

Housing

As a barrier island community, the Midtown neighborhood must take steps to become more resilient & sustainable in the housing sector. We are building programs to incentives homeownership in our neighborhood.

6

Human Capital

Another goal of ours is to provide quality training for residents to become gainfully employed, to advance their careers, and foster the leadership capacity of residents. This is an important aspect of our plan.

We Are Proud To Highlight Our Funders!

Click here to view all of our community partners.

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"This effort is going to uplift the quality of life for the residents of Atlantic City, the visitors of Atlantic City, and those who work in Atlantic City."

Kaleem Shabazz, Atlantic City 3rd Ward Councilman

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