CHA is committed to addressing the needs of its residents and providing more effective services in order to increase their potential for long-term economic success and a sustained high quality of life.
CHA is committed to providing landlords and property owners the training, expertise and knowledge necessary to ensure all of Chicago’s neighborhoods are safe, decent and sustainable.
CHA is pleased to do business with technically proficient and innovative companies. To ensure the integrity of the procurement process, each contract is analyzed by separate Procurement Teams. These individuals explore and implement best practice standards for procuring goods and services for the agency.
CHA is committed to providing information in an efficient and transparent manner and its Department of Communications & Marketing encourages an open dialogue between the agency, residents, media, community and the general public.
Non-profit affiliate of Michaels Development and Interstate Realty Management awards $750,000 in grants to residents
Five developments will create and preserve housing in six Chicago communities
Parker, Matanky and Thanoukos will help CHA provide housing, create opportunities for residents, voucher holders
Registration opens today for CHA’s premier networking event for property owners, managers, real estate investors
Joins Community Leaders to Break Ground on New Affordable Apartment Building That Honors Longtime LGBTQ Rights Activist John Pennycuff
New Facility to Include Half-Court Gymnasium and Multi-Purpose Rooms for Art and Exercise
Guidance, mentorship are key components to success for first-generation college students ages 15-20
Program is first comprehensive modernization of CHA’s 150 elevators in 86 properties
Son encouraged Mom to return to school after 45 years
CHA forged first-ever PLA agreement in 2017, in cooperation with Cook County Building and Construction Trades Council