PACC

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PACCPredictable Assembly from Certifiable Components
PACCPlymouth Area Chamber of Commerce (Plymouth, IA)
PACCPratt Area Community Council (Brooklyn, NY)
PACCPhilippine American Chamber of Commerce
PACCPolish American Chamber of Commerce (Chicago, IL)
PACCPulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care (various locations)
PACCPrograma Avançado de Cultura Contemporânea (Portugese; Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)
PACCProfessional Association of Custom Clothiers
PACCPresidential Anti-Crime Commission (Philippines)
PACCPark Avenue Christian Church (New York, NY)
PACCPortland Area Chamber of Commerce (Portland, MI)
PACCPerforming Arts Center Committee (Portland, OR)
PACCPark Avenue Country Club (New York)
PACCPakistan American Cultural Center (Karachi)
PACCProfit after Capital Charge (finance)
PACCPolish American Citizens Club (Gardner, MA)
PACCPre-Authorized Credit Card
PACCPost Award Contract Change (New York and New Jersey)
PACCProsecuting Attorneys Coordinating Council (Michigan)
PACCProfessionals Against Confidence Crime (professional fraud investigators)
PACCPrattville Area Chamber of Commerce (Prattville, AL)
PACCPalm Avenue Community Church (Fresno, CA)
PACCParma Area Chamber of Commerce (Parma, OH)
PACCPatient Airlift Control Center (US FEMA)
PACCPartition, Aggregation, and Conditional Coding
PACCPittsburgh Area Computer Club (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
PACCPortable Agile C++ Classes
PACCPan Africa Christian College (Nairobi, Kenya)
PACCPacc Isn't Another Counter-Strike Clan (gaming clan)
PACCProblem Action Control Center
PACCPeoria Area Civic Chorale (Peoria, IL)
PACCPolitical Affairs Committee of Chinland (Burma)
PACCPacific Airlift Control Center
PACCPacific Atlantic Coin Company
PACCProtected Air Cooled Condenser
PACCPropulsion & Auxiliary Control Console
PACCProduct Assessment & Certification Center
PACCPan American Conference Center (New Orleans, Louisiana)
PACCPre-Approved Credit Card (banking)
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The project is being developed by Don Capoccia and BFC Partners, the Pratt Area Community Council, and the Red Apple Group.
Nicks Alliance, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Bridge Street Development Corporation, and Pratt Area Community Council.
IMPACCT Brooklyn (formerly Pratt Area Community Council) is a B community development corporation serving Central Brooklyn, which works hand-in-hand with low and moderate-income community members and stakeholders to preserve, develop and market affordable housing.
They noted that a planned residential tower that would be the project's first housing development contains only nine family-sized units affordable to lower-income Brooklynites."What we need is two-bedroom, three-bedroom units that are affordable," said Deborah Howard, executive director of the Pratt Area Community Council. "They have skewed what is needed."Advocates also faulted the project for producing a little over 100 full-time jobs, far fewer than initially projected.
In addition, Pratt Area Community Council (PACC) developed the 99-unit Supportive Housing building, as well as serving as the community consultant on the overall Navy Green development.
That innovation and hard work has been showcased in a recurring event series developed in 2002 called "Rolling up the Gates." Sponsored in partnership by the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project Local Development Corporation and the Pratt Area Community Council (PACC), Rolling Up the Gates aimed to decrease Myrtle Avenue's vacancy rate, improve the retail mix, generate press, and create a relationship with property owners.
"We assessed the condition of our buildings and placed the tower restoration second on the list after a roof replacement," explains Deb Howard, a church elder, chair of the capital campaign, and executive director of the Pratt Area Community Council. "In order to raise money, we sold a vacant lot owned by the church, received a Historic Preservation Program matching grant, took out a loan, and raised funds through our congregation.
Additionally the team worked in close partnership with local nonprofit organizations including the Pratt Area Community Council to access what the community wanted out of the development.
Pratt Area Community Council's 34-unit cooperative opened in early July.
Sadlej said the event, which was cosponsored by Pratt Area Community Council, Capital One Bank and MasterCard, was a success and he hopes similar events in the future will bring in new tenants.