The Uptown Neighborhood Initiative (UNI) is a grassroots, non-profit organization whose only focus is to improve the appearance, economy and ambiance of the Uptown District of Corpus Christi. Uptown Neighborhood Initiative is comprised of commercial business owners, residents and other interested parties who reside in the district from Tancahua Street to Port Avenue, along the Leopard, Antelope, and Lipan Street Corridors.
Formed in December, 2009, the group’s goal is to clean up the area, improve the appearance of existing structures, create some excitement and pedestrian traffic…in other words, a place we can be proud to call our neighborhood!
Funded solely by donations from interested citizens, UNI is committed to taking back our neighborhood and making it grow.
Meetings: 2nd Wednesday of Every Month • 12:00PM Next Meets: May 13th, 2015 Location:
The Gathering Place in Loaves & Fishes Cafeteria, 1927 Leopard
Sharon Montez, Director of Capital Projects, CCRTA presents status report and future plans for CCRTA's new facility on Leopard Street.
Darlene Gregory, Chairman of UNI, presents the 2015 --2016 Strategic Plan for the revitalization and rehabilitation of Uptown Corpus Christi.