William M. Rohe, Mai Thi Nguyen, Michael D. Webb and Kirstin Frescoln. The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Over the past five years, CURS has been evaluating the CHA redevelopment project, the Renaissance, with a particular focus on the experience of those who were relocated from the original development, Boulevard Homes. The CHA provided residents with case managers and supportive services while the Renaissance was under construction. These case managers helped residents set self-sufficiency goals, and connected families with services like job training, educational opportunities, and health care assistance. Building on our previous evaluation reports, this final report provides an overview of the Boulevard Homes redevelopment process and its outcomes. It describes and assesses the redevelopment process, including the design of the new development, the relocation of former residents, the attitudes of the former residents toward the relocation process and outcomes, the supportive services offered to relocatees, and the redevelopment’s impacts on the surrounding neighborhood and much more. This report was prepared under a contract with the Charlotte Housing Authority. January 2016. 114 pp. PDF file of publication.