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Project Preserves 80 Affordable Housing Units on Chicago’s Near North Side
Agency completed, continued construction of 1,800 public housing units; broke ground at Lathrop; moved forward with co-located housing and CPL branches; helped students “Take Flight”
CHA professionals gather to provide guidance, advice to 48 students as part of field trip
New developments will deliver 38 new units of affordable housing to Lincoln Square and to former residents of Washington Park property
Two from Lawndale Gardens, another from Major Adams complete challenges, win Apple Tablets
Event showcased those who showed exemplary work ethic, dedication and commitment to community
HUD says CHA not only met benchmarks of Voluntary Compliance Agreement, but exceeded them
CHA to award 220 scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $2,500, based on need and merit
Creative interagency partnership with Chicago Housing Authority and Chicago Public Library brings mixed-income housing and community anchors to seniors, families in neighborhoods across Chicago.
Transit-oriented development will deliver 100+ units of affordable and market-rate housing, Plus, 30,000-square-feet of retail space anchored by Target