Posts tagged "low-income housing"

SRO tenants union wins reprieve for low-income residents

SRO tenants union wins reprieve for low-income residents
The Rosemoor Tenants Union was born only months ago in a windowless room near Teamster City. But the association, created to represent long-time tenants of the Rosemoor Hotel, a Single Room Occupancy building in the West Loop, already has a victory under its belt. On Oct. 3, a Cook County judge found in favor of... Read more »

CHA misses the mark (again) on creating low-income apartments

CHA misses the mark (again) on creating low-income apartments
Back in 2000, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development took a gamble on Chicago. The federal agency agreed to deregulate the Chicago Housing Authority in exchange for then-Mayor Richard M. Daley’s commitment to tear down thousands of substandard and poorly managed public housing units and replace 25,000 of them within a decade. The... Read more »