Tracy Gayton hopes to raise $2 million in pledges from 200 investors to build Pi
Tracy Gayton hopes to raise $2 million in pledges from 200 investors to build Piscataquis Village, an easily walkable, car-free community with small, efficient homes and courtyards instead of backyards that is populated with middle- and low-income permanent residents. He has already received $300,000 in pledges from 25 people, has support from some business and municipal leaders in Piscataquis County, and the project has gained the attention of architects and urban designers.
MilNeil, Christian, "Tracy Gayton hopes to raise $2 million in pledges from 200 investors to build Pi" (2012). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5704.
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