Cleveland Levels Vacant Homes to Revive Neighborhoods

The economically troubled Ohio city is tearing down thousands of empty foreclosed homes in hopes of putting eyesore and dangerous properties back to productive use - perhaps as community gardens, new businesses or even a vineyard.

Watch PBS NewsHour Business Correspondent Paul Solman's story in the video box below. You can also read the full transcript of the story on the PBS NewsHour site.


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