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Board also approves investment, support for affordable housing opportunities across the city
Exelon Corporation, sister agencies and private donors provide $25 million in funding for 100,000 square foot recreational facility in Chicago’s Near West Side community
Community Celebrates Mercy Housing Lakefront Investment in Chicago’s Lawndale Community with $63 million redevelopment of former Sears, Roebuck & Company building into 181 Units of Affordable Housing
City Officials, CHA, and Residents Join Brinshore-Michaels Development Team for Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony of Mixed-Income, Mix-Use Apartment Community
Chicago Housing Authority partnering with City Business Affairs & Consumer Protection to stop misleading marketing activities
Year marked by innovation and accelerated development programs that ensure resident well-being
Architecture Firms with Strong Ties to Chicago Will Bring World-Class Design to Community Anchors for Neighborhoods
Chicago Public Library (CPL) and Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) will announce the selection of the three architecture firms that will work with the Irving Park, West Ridge and near West Side communities to design co-located housing and library developments. Chicago is one of the first cities in the country to develop co-located housing and libraries.
Accepting applications from residents ages 13 through 24
Mixed-Use Projects Will Bring Housing, Retail, Open Space and Modern Libraries to Neighborhoods