LITTLE VILLAGE — After recently introducing a proposal for a new affordable housing development in Pilsen, the Resurrection Project will soon pitch plans for another affordable housing building in neighboring Little Village.
The Pilsen-based nonprofit aims to bring 60 affordable apartments to 2714 W. 21st St. near the California Pink Line station. The group will introduce their plan for the site at a community meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday night at Hammond Elementary School, 2819 W. 21st Place, according to Ald. George Cardenas’ 12th Ward office.
Under plans, the Resurrection Project would turn an existing building into an affordable housing development that could include 15 one-bedroom, 30 two-bedroom and 15 three-bedroom apartments, according to documents posted by Cardenas’ 12th Ward Facebook page.
Canopy/Architecture + Design would partner on the transit-oriented development.
If approved, the building would serve families making between 30 and 60 percent area medium income, according to the documents shared by the alderman.
Rents could range from $410-$915 for a one-bedroom unit, $526-$1,096 for two-bedroom unit, and $629-$1,264 for a three-bedroom unit, the documents showed.
The Resurrection Project does not yet own the site.
Cardenas said residents will have a chance to give feedback at the meeting.
The Resurrection Project currently operates 330 affordable housing units across Pilsen. Those buildings include: Casa Morelos, 2015 S. Morgan St.; Casa Guanajuato, 1313 W. 19th St.; Casa Guerrero, 963 W. Cullerton St.; and Casa Monterrey, 967 W. 19th St.
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