Chicago, Illinois: Rosenwald Courts Apartments Preserves History and Provides Affordable Housing in Bronzeville (Chicago Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
May 23rd, 2019

From HUD User:

The $134 million development [of Rosenwald Courts] relied on city and federal funding, including nearly $61 million in low-income housing tax credits (table 1). According to Pace, the city and the Chicago Housing Authority provided critical support because of the Rosenwald building’s historic significance to the Bronzeville neighborhood and the revitalization of 47th Street. “Without that combined support, this project could not have happened.”

Read HUD User's case study of the Chicago Housing Authority's Rosenwald Courts.

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