From Block Club Chicago:
Two mission-based developers have joined together to propose a new Rogers Park project that would provide LGBTQ-friendly senior housing and artist live/work space.
The $30 million project would bring 81 apartments to the corner of Ashland Avenue and Howard Street, which is a city-owned lot that now houses a community garden. Of the 81 proposed apartments, only four would be market-rate while the rest will be earmarked for those making less than the Chicago median income or those with Chicago Housing Authority vouchers.
Read Block Club Chicago's article "New LGBTQ-Friendly Senior Housing And Artist Live/Work Space Planned For Rogers Park," featuring the Chicago Housing Authority.