Chicago Heights To Get More Housing For Low Income Veterans: Officials (Housing Authority of Cook County)

Date Published: 
April 20th, 2022


The Housing Authority of Cook County is developing apartment units for low-income veterans, the organization announced.

According to officials, money for the project will come through a multimillion dollar loan from the county. Last week, officials announced the $4.25 million fund as an initiative to reduce homelessness across the south suburbs.

The Chicago Heights housing — which is planned for an existing building at 15th Street and Otto Boulevard — will include an exercise room, media room and community gardens.

Read Chicago Heights, IL's article "Chicago Heights To Get More Housing For Low Income Veterans: Officials," featuring the Housing Authority of Cook County.

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