Uptown developer Flats Chicago will partner with city to set aside 58 units in four of its buildings.
Amie Sell's work, critical of Logan landlord M. Fishman, was pulled from the Milwaukee Ave. Arts Fest.
At least seven Chicago aldermen support the measure, backed by activist group ONE Northside.
The plan for the vacant Maryville Academy campus had neighbors protesting at Ald. Cappleman's office.
Qualifying residents will move into the affordable housing next month.
"On the Margins" will chronicle the struggles of low-income housing residents in Uptown.
The developer and consultants would cash in on the multimillion dollar deal, activists said.
The Paul G. Stewart Center offers a campus atmosphere for residents.
The bulk of the project is set, with only details such as specific height in flux, a developer said.
A home repair company was in Uptown Tuesday doing thousands of dollars of free work in honor of 9/11.
Some owners feared losing customers after moving, but they were all able to land nearby.
An ad for subsidized, low-income housing brought more than 1,000 people to Sheridan and Foster.
The troubled building at 1020. W. Lawrence Ave. will be rehabbed, and tenants will be relocated.
Hundreds filled a Roscoe Village church to hear the latest changes to a plan to overhaul Lathrop Homes.
The Organization of the Northeast and the Lakeview Action Coalition have officially joined forces.
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