Building on the success in Cody Rouge, Life Remodeled moved east to Osborn, one of Detroit’s most-blighted neighborhoods. Efforts focused on a new roof, gym, cafeteria, library and main office, among other upgrades to Osborn High School. Most volunteers cleared debris in the 4.5 square mile area around the school, clearing more than 300 blocks and boarding up 472 vacant houses. Pulaski Elementary-Middle School also received a deep cleaning and two new playscapes. Life Remodeled produced a documentary called “Life in Osborn.” View here. Life Remodeled matured as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, receiving the bulk of its administrative funding from foundation grants, leaving fundraising efforts to benefit the annual projects.