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CHA Has Investment in 75 of 77 Chicago Community Areas
CHA has developed programs for veterans and for ex-offenders seeking re-entry into society
“If I could do another 50 (years), I probably would.”
Newest project by the faith-based developer brings 58 affordable rental apartments, townhouses to families in Washington Park
CHA responsibly allocated excess reserve to support construction, rehab and acquisition of housing
Co-located CPL branch project and third phase of mixed-income community on former Cabrini-Green property will offer 263 new units of mixed income housing
CHA OIG cases result in 26 convictions over four years
Mixed-income, mixed-use project will deliver more than 1,100 housing units, retail options and expanded access to Chicago River, new green space
Brinshore-Michaels to deliver second phase at former Cabrini-Green; new Taylor Street Apartments gets predevelopment loan
Goal is to provide access to apprenticeships, training and union jobs for CHA residents and to create economic and employment opportunities for Section 3 contractors