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The Person Street Partnership has a new website.  Please visit us at

The Person Street Partnership was created to build momentum for change in  the business district along North Person Street. Our goal is to bring property owners and business owners, stakeholders, residents, and Raleigh City Staff together to work jointly on creating a vibrant business community on North Person Street.
The Person Street Partnership seeks to build momentum on North Person Street by 
identifying, creating, and advocating for planning and traffic initiatives in and surrounding the business district.
*Congratulations to the Person Street Partnership, which received a 2014 Sir Walter Raleigh Award for the project titled "Revitalization of North Person Street" in the category of Public Service - - congratulations to all of our MCAC partners who helped make this happen! More info.
The awards ceremony was held on  September 2 at CAM -  read more about the evening here: 

*Check out the beautifully illustrated and in depth article on North Person Street in the August 2014 edition of Walter Magazine!  http://www.waltermagazine.com/person-street-comes-alive/

*September 23: Great news story by Anna Laurel WTVD about the Person Street revitalization efforts. We love our neighborhood!

Recent News/Announcements: 

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The Person Street Partnership currently consists of property and business owners along North Person Street in 
the small business district known as “Person Street” located between Krispey Kreme Doughnuts at Peace Street and the vacant Person Street Plaza at Franklin Street. Also included in the partnership are stakeholders in the area including representatives from Blount Street Commons, Peace College, The Society for the Preservation of Historic Oakwood, the Mordecai Citizens Advisory Council, and the City of Raleigh including staff from the Planning and Public Works Departments.

The Person Street Partnership seeks to build momentum on Person Street by identifying, creating, and advocating for planning and traffic initiatives in and surrounding the business district. Our primary goal is to join forces with City Council and Staff to identify and focus on the issues that will allow Person Street to once again become a vibrant, pedestrian friendly business district. To help fuel this momentum, members of the partnership will also help to identify and secure funding and grant sources outside the City’s budget where available.

Posts from the PSP (most news is now shared via facebook and twitter):
  • Person Street Partnership (PSP) Winter Meeting, March 9, 2015 - - Minutes Philip Bernard welcomed an impressive turnout of 31 people to the meeting. Our quarterly meetings at the NC AIA Headquarters building on Peace Street continue to attract an important mix ...
    Posted Mar 10, 2015, 5:28 AM by Philip Bernard
  • Remarks from Sir Walter Raleigh Awards Ceremony on September 2, 2014 Following are remarks made during the Sir Walter Raleigh awards ceremony at the Contemporary Art Museum:This next award is in the Public Service category and goes to the Person ...
    Posted Sep 3, 2014, 5:47 AM by Philip Bernard
  • Letter Sent to WPU Trustees The following letter was sent to WPU Trustees: May 21, 2013 Dear Trustees of William Peace University,   We represent the neighborhood organizations surrounding William Peace University (WPU) and the nearby ...
    Posted May 21, 2013, 8:43 AM by Philip Bernard
  • Special Person Street Partnership (PSP) Report: William Peace University (WPU) and Seaboard Station The following report is an in depth summary of the PSP’s involvement and analysis of the WPU/Seaboard Station issue. There is a summary at the end of this ...
    Posted May 23, 2013, 4:58 AM by Philip Bernard
  • Spring 2013 PSP Meeting Update - - Corridor Study, Facade Improvement Grants,and Mural Proposal Opening UpdatesTwelve people attended the first PSP meeting of 2013 at the Urban Design Center in downtown Raleigh. Philip Bernard opened the meeting with a recap on how successful ...
    Posted May 21, 2013, 8:20 AM by Reid Serozi
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