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Pilsen Nonprofit Plans Apartment Building With 14 Affordable Units
Resurrection Project leaders said the building is part of the group's “anti-displacement strategy to fight gentrification."
Chicago DACA Recipients, Advocates Celebrate Supreme Court Ruling — And Keep Working To Help Immigrants
Representatives from immigrant rights organizations in Chicago were relieved by the decision and will continue their education and advocacy work.
6 Immigrant Groups Protecting Vulnerable From Coronavirus — Here’s How You Can Help
As COVID-19 continues to spread, immigrant groups across the city are in need of help and donations.
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 Nonprofit’s 45-Unit Affordable Apartment Plan Gets Mixed Reaction From Neighbors
If approved, the $20 million affordable housing building would be built at 1850 S. Racine Ave.
Despite Planned ICE Sweeps, No Deportation Arrests Reported In Chicago So Far, Organizers Say
But organizers, including those with a bike brigade who kept watch for ICE Sunday in Albany Park, remain on high alert.
Fighting To Keep Pilsen Affordable, Group Wants To Build 45 Units In Booming Part Of The Neighborhood
The Resurrection Project wants to build a six-story building with retail and parking at 19th and Racine.