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Chicago Housing Authority

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Pilsen »

The 45 units, operated by the Resurrection Project, will offer housing for working families in Pilsen. 

North Lawndale »

The rundown flat where King based his Chicago operations is now energy-efficient subsidized housing.

Logan Square »

The redevelopment of the housing project has been delayed numerous times over the years.

Little Italy »

One group says the plan is too dense, while another group called the plan "sensibly done."

Little Italy »

[RENDERINGS] Up to 10-story buildings, less open space part of 137-acre Roosevelt Square plan.  

Rogers Park »

Proponents say they haven't gotten the support the alderman promised them during his last re-election.

Old Town »

At a community meeting Monday evening, Eugene Jones spoke out against the Keeping the Promise ordinance.

Little Italy »

The only remaining Jane Addams Homes building on Taylor St. will house the $6.3 million museum project.

Bronzeville »

It is also expected to serve as a field house for the Bronzeville neighborhood.

Bronzeville »

HUD Secretary Julian Castro said Mayor Emanuel has provided a plan to spend $440 million in savings.

South Loop »

Former residents claim the CHA is only replacing half of the units it promised.

Downtown »

Ald. Joe Moore expects the Chicago Housing Authority to explain an "unspent allocation" of funds.

Edgewater »

Fifty-eight residents are being relocated to other Chicago Housing Authority apartments.

University Village »

The Chicago Housing Authority will seek community input at a meeting Wednesday at Smyth Elementary.

Bronzeville »

A community group called on the CHA to give an updated plan for replacement housing in Bronzeville.