The Resurrection Project wants to build a 45-unit affordable housing development at the corner of 18th and Racine in Pilsen.Mauricio Peña/ Block Club Chicago

Pilsen Nonprofit To Unveil Design Plan For $20 Million Affordable Housing Development

The Resurrection Project previously revealed plans for a six-story affordable housing complex at 19th and Racine.

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CPS’s Only Fencing Team Keeps Old-School Sport Alive At Far South Side High School

"I asked, 'Can you really stab people with swords?' and he said, 'It depends on how hard you work.' I never forgot that."

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Harper Court Development’s Second Phase Will Feature Lab Space And Youth Programming Thanks To Fund Supported By Tenants

The second phase, which will bring a 17-story tower with office and lab space to Hyde Park, is set to break ground in mid-to-late 2020.

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Here’s Who Will Be Leading Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Charge To Reexamine Chicago School Budgeting

Chicago’s school funding formula has come under fire for unequally distributing resources between schools that advocates argue need more resources.