Left: The latest design for the Resurrection Project's proposed affordable housing development at 1850 S. Racine Ave. Right: A previous version of the project. The Resurrection Project

Planned Affordable Housing Building In Pilsen Shrinks After Neighbors Complain About Height, Parking

The group is now pitching a five-story building with 37 apartments, 31 parking spaces and an amenity space that will accommodate residents making less than $17,000.

Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published
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Family-Owned EuroFurniture Closing Grand Avenue Shop After More Than 50 Years

The store's focus has always been on contemporary Italian and American-made pieces.

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City Says Woodlawn Residents’ Concerns Shaped Proposed Housing Ordinance, But Much Of Their Feedback Isn’t Public Yet

A Housing Department spokesperson said officials hope to post feedback gathered during the city's closed-door working group meetings by next week.

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West Ridge’s Historic Tennis Club Building Added To ‘Most Endangered’ List

Misericordia is seeking to demolish the former tennis club to build 16 homes for those with development disabilities.