A Private Partnership for Public Benefit (PPPB) is an ad-hoc structure that aligns private resources towards a government objective without leveraging additional public funds. The objective can be for the public sector to identify and engage the key private parties to align their interests under a new set of parameters that will still serve their objectives but also support the community.The model of this scenario, within the Inland Southern California region, is implemented to address the housing crisis and will be referenced as a case study. A neighborhood block model demonstration is facilitated and documented in this doctoral dissertation. The premise of this demonstration is for the PPPB to transform an abandoned property and then for existing public programs to be coordinated in an effort to revitalize the surrounding occupied homes in the neighborhood block. The comprehensive impact of this model has an impact on property values, energy efficient savings on utility bills and increase overall civic engagement within the community. The model has been referenced in US Department of Housing and Urban Development and Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco conferences.