A referendum on primary ballots in 77 Chicago precincts showed 75 percent support of repealing the Rent Control Preemption Act.
Now in its third year, the agency is trying to make a dent in rehabbing the area’s more than 42,000 vacant buildings.
Aldermen wonder if the city’s new housing plans will do enough to address the foreclosure crisis.
Chicago receives $55 million from the feds to address its housing crisis, and it’s not nearly enough.
A new article in the New Yorker–and grim economic data in Chicago–underscore the need for action beyond bailing out Wall Street.
The city gives an update on its affordable housing program, but where are all the ears?
The next gentrification frontier