Here are a couple pictures I took of a part of downtown Cleveland. The first is through the gate of the Ohio City Farm, the second from the other side of those locked gates. Cleveland wasn't listing, I was.
They weren't electrified, so I was OK with sticking my hands and cellphone on the other side to get a clear shot of downtown. We were on the "west side", so you can see a bridge or two that cross the Cuyahoga river in The Flats
in the frame.
An urban farm in an area where many people have limited access to fresh fruits and veggies, Ohio City Farm utilizes unused land in the city proper. Supported by public and private groups, the farm produce is available to residents, CSAs, and retaurants, and a farm stand that is open on Fridays and Saturdays. It also has a work-study program for people who reside in the housing communities for low-income people. All in all, a great and successful program that could work in many communities.