Hispanic Housing Development Corporation
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Families Of 3 Women Who Died Of Heat Exposure In Sweltering Rogers Park Apartments Win $16 Million Settlement
The landlord was accused of keeping the heat on during 90-degree temperatures last year, leading to the three older women's deaths.
Humboldt Park Affordable Housing Project Scores $7 Million In City Funding
Developer Hispanic Housing Corp. is one step closer to building a nine-story, 64-unit affordable housing project at California Avenue and Division Street.
Does Public Housing Belong To The Public? Humboldt Park Protesters Clash With CHA Over Long-Empty Apartments
Protesters say they've been living in a vacant apartment building since January in an effort to call attention to properties that should be offered to Chicagoans in need by the Chicago Housing Authority.
Roaches, Flooding, Broken Washing Machines: Uptown Tenants Say CHA Is Neglecting Senior Living Apartments
Management of the property is subcontracted to nonprofit Hispanic Housing Development Co., which has faced repeated criticisms from its tenants over the years.
After 3 Seniors Die During May Heat Wave, City Council Passes New Cooling Rules
City Council passed Ald. Maria Hadden's rule change that requires cooling systems in senior buildings and requires some buildings to set up cooling centers during warm spells.
Families Suing After 3 Women Die In Rogers Park Senior Building During Heat Wave: A ‘Completely Preventable’ Tragedy
Three women died in the James Sneider Apartments near the Howard CTA station in Rogers Park. Attorneys for the victims allege the landlord kept the heat on during this month's heat spell.
After 3 Die At Rogers Park Senior Building That Didn’t Turn On Its Air Conditioning, Alderwoman Calls For Investigation
Ald. Maria Hadden said residents of the James Sneider Apartments complained of heat days before three women were found dead in the high-rise.
Affordable Housing Coming To Heart Of Humboldt Park After City Council Approval
The project at 1203 N. California Ave. is moving forward over the concerns of some city commissioners who criticized the building's design.
Affordable Apartments At Humboldt Park’s La Casa Puertorriqueña Site Got City Council Approval
For the past couple of years, there has been little activity on the site. But now, nonprofit developer Hispanic Housing’s long-planned project is moving forward.
Humboldt Park Affordable Apartments Moving Forward, But Neighbors Say Alderman Is Ignoring Their Pleas For A Public Meeting
"This is a nine-story development in the heart of our community ... and [Ald. Maldonado] is not allowing the community to weigh in," one neighbor said.
9-Story Affordable Housing Complex Could Come To Vacant Humboldt Park Lot As Part Of ‘Preserving Paseo Boricua’
Hispanic Housing Development Corp. is behind the proposal, which calls for 64 apartments, 3,221 square feet of retail and 47 parking spaces.
Troubled Humboldt Park Veterans Building Drastically Improves After Block Club Report, Residents Say
The building went from offering almost none of the promised services and programming to regular programming and events. Apartments were also cleared of mold and other problems.
State Senator Slams Developer For Tearing Down Beloved Puerto Rican Community Center: ‘You Destroyed Our Icon’
According to Martinez, the plan all along was to save the community center and build affordable housing around it. "I'm just livid," she said.
Developer Behind Troubled Humboldt Park Veterans Building Has Big Plans For The Neighborhood
The developer, who is planning three major projects in the ward, first donated to Ald. Roberto Maldonado's campaign a decade ago.
Broken Promises, Cracks In The Walls, Culture Of Distrust: How The Humboldt Park Veterans Building Is Failing Its Residents
In a symbolic sign of the project's failings, the complex is already starting to deteriorate, just a few years after it was built.