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

After Some Neighbors Said Affordable Housing Pitch ‘Looks Like Gentrification,’ Pilsen Nonprofit To Unveil New Plan

The Resurrection Project will share the new plan for the 19th and Racine site with neighbors at 6 p.m. Wednesday at 1854 S. Racine Ave.

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None Of The City’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Grants Went To North Lawndale Last Round

Lawndale is one of the neighborhoods that is supposed to be prioritized under the INVEST South/West initiative. Now the fund has reopened, and West Side leaders are encouraging applicants to try again.

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Andersonville’s Cheetah Gym Turning Its Parking Lot Into Outdoor Movie Theater

The parking lot will be sectioned off for socially-distanced viewings of "A Goofy Movie" and "A League Of Their Own."

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Outdoor Dance Performances, Classes Coming To Avondale Parking Lot In October

The events, scheduled for Oct. 3-4, are being put on by a dance company formed in the midst of the pandemic.