The Commission on Chicago Landmarks today honored 12 exceptional development projects at the 2021 “Preservation Excellence Awards,” including the restoration of Union Station, the adaptive reuse of the former Cook County Hospital, the rehabilitation of two 19th century homes in the Old Edgebrook District, and the adaptive reuse of the former West Pullman School. The […]
Vidal reached out to The Resurrection Project, which celebrated a ground breaking Thursday for Casa Durango, new affordable housing in Pilsen. “We welcome newcomers, but we also want the families who have been here for many years to benefit from the prosperity of neighborhood development,” said Raul Raymundo, CEO and co-founder, The Resurrection Project. Casa […]
BACK OF THE YARDS — A vacant lot near 47th Street and Ashland Avenue will be redeveloped into a 50-unit affordable housing building and community hub in Back of the Yards. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Department of Planning and Development on Monday announced United Yards, a proposal from Celadon Partners and Blackwood Group, was […]
New Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Creates an Arts-Centric Gateway for a Local Business District
Access to quality affordable housing is an integral component of strong communities, as is a vibrant arts scene that enriches the lives of residents and contributes to the economic well-being of the community as a whole. In Oak Park, IL, a newly opened mixed-use development is meeting both needs while revitalizing a long vacant corner […]
The next phase of the Roosevelt Square development will feature three mid-rise featuring fitness centers, dog runs and indoor parking, plus new retail space and apartments inside the proposed National Public Housing Museum. The next phase of a massive mixed-income housing development on the Near West Side will feature hundreds of new and rehabbed units, […]
C40 is a global network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. Through the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, more than 90 of the world’s greatest cities — representing more than 650 million people and one-quarter of the world’s economy — collaborate to share knowledge and drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable action on […]
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LITTLE VILLAGE — After three years, Xquina, a bilingual business incubator, co-working space and cafe in Little Village, is officially in the works. On Wednesday morning, the Little Village Chamber of Commerce, Ald. Michael Rodriguez (22nd) and Mayor Lori Lightfoot held a ceremonial groundbreaking at 3523- 3525 W. 26th St., marking a momentous day for […]