Alfreda Barnett Duster Apartments

Alfreda Barnett Duster is 14-story, 128 unit Senior building in the Near West community.

The building was named to honor Alfreda Barnett Duster, the youngest daughter of Reconstruction era activist and journalist Ida B. Wells. Alfreda spent nearly 25 years researching and completing her mother's autobiography Crusade for Justice: The Autobiography of Ida B. Wells. The 14-story, age-restricted, elevator building features 128 studio and one bedroom homes. The building was built in 1964 and was formerly known as Midwest Terrace.

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