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Controversial Affordable Housing Project In Auburn Gresham Will Be Redesigned — But Neighbors Still Want A Grocery Store Instead
Rather than building one affordable housing complex in Auburn Gresham, developers and city officials have proposed adding two.
City Council Backs Plan To Turn West Side Bank Building Into Latino Heritage Center, Affordable Housing
The redevelopment of Pioneer Trust & Savings Bank, which has sat vacant for 13 years, would "preserve our cultural identity in that area and repel any symbols of gentrification," the alderman said.
City Plan To Turn West Side Bank Building Into Affordable Housing And A Latino Heritage Center Moves Forward
The project would involve the Pioneer Trust & Savings Bank building and surrounding lots near North Avenue and Pulaski Road.
If Auburn Gresham Residents Don’t Want Affordable Housing Development, They Could End Up With Nothing, Officials Say
Auburn Gresham residents were told an affordable housing complex is the only option for their neighborhood — even though they want necessities like a grocery store.
Here’s How To Weigh In On Plans For Bronzeville’s 47th Street Corridor
Three projects are proposed for the 449-51 E. 47th St. Neighbors can watch pitch videos and fill out a scorecard to give their input.
Auburn Gresham Neighbors Push Back On Affordable Housing Proposal, Say They Want Businesses First
Neighbors spoke out against Auburn Gardens, a $20 million retail and residential space slated to be built on vacant land at 838-58 W. 79th St.
Should North Lawndale Lots Become Cosmetology School, Business Incubator, Food Hall Or Hotel? West Siders Can Help Decide
Six developers are competing to build on vacant land along Ogden Avenue as part of the Invest South/West initiative. Here's what's on the table.
Vacant West Side Lot Could Become A Hotel, Cosmetology School, Business Incubator Or Food Hall
Residents will soon be able to give feedback on the plans for 3400 W. Ogden Ave. as part of the city-led INVEST South/West program.
Teams Competing To Revitalize Bronzeville’s 47th Street Corridor Unveil Grand Plans To Neighbors
The teams are trying to win city dollars to redevelop the property around 449-51 E. 47th St. The winning proposal will be announced later this spring.
As Auburn Gresham Residents Push Back On City-Backed Affordable Housing, Lightfoot And Other Leaders Plead Their Case
The $20 million affordable housing complex is part of the city's Invest South/West program. Mayor Lori Lightfoot told residents the project would be catalytic for 79th Street.
With An Emphasis On Community, Developers Unveil Bids To Transform Vacant Back Of The Yards Lot
Proposals include affordable housing, community spaces and amenities such as coffeehouses, taprooms and rooftop decks.
Developers, Local Coffee Shop Owners To Pitch Separate Plans For Back Of The Yards Lot Under INVEST South/West Program
Three competing development teams will present their proposals for the site at 1515 W. 47th St. at a meeting 6 p.m. Thursday.
Developers Pitch South Chicago Neighbors On Plans To Revitalize Commercial Avenue With Housing, Retail And More
The competing projects blend housing, retail and outdoor community space. One of the plans will be chosen for a mostly vacant stretch of 8840–54 S. Commercial Ave.
City Accepting Proposals To Redevelop Land Into Housing And Commercial Space On South Shore, South Chicago Border
The city is seeking proposals to build a transit-oriented residential building and improve the commercial corridor, as about half of the storefronts along 79th Street are vacant.
City’s Plan To Turn 1920s West Humboldt Park Bank Into Community Hub With Affordable Housing Inches Forward
The city on Friday released a request for proposals for two West Humboldt Park sites, which are being redeveloped under Mayor Lori Lightfoot's INVEST South/West initiative.
With Laramie Bank And Silver Shovel Projects On Tap, Forum Invites West Siders To Share How They Want To Develop Their Neighborhoods
The Development Without Displacement community conversation will kick off a three-day event dedicated to supporting the West Side, including a fundraiser and a community resource fair.
Some Auburn Gresham Residents Say They Don’t Want City-Backed Affordable Housing On 79th Street
Residents called for more commercial-focused development and better communication from city officials.
Future Of South Shore Architecture Studio Uncertain As Plan To Buy 79th Street Animal Hospital Falls Through
TnS Studio design principal Taylor Staten said she'd still prefer to open the studio's headquarters in South Shore, but she may explore sites in Avalon Park or Bronzeville.
West Siders Looking Forward To Blues Museum, Laramie Bank Overhaul — But Local Groups Want More Input Moving Forward
Neighborhood leaders said the city's selection process lacked enough input from the community and was too rushed to allow local groups to participate.
1920s West Humboldt Park Bank Could Be Brought Back To Life As Community Center, Affordable Housing Under City Plan
The building has been vacant for 13 years, but community members can now weigh in on what they'd like to see in the building as part of Mayor Lori Lightfoot's INVEST South/West initiative.