"When the Chicago
Housing Authority launched its ambitious plan in 2000 to replace its
much-maligned, largely high-rise projects with mixed-income
developments, many wondered if enough people would sign up to live next
to CHA families.At Oakwood Shores,
which is replacing the CHA's notorious Ida B. Wells and Madden Park
Homes in the Oakland neighborhood, the experiment appears to be working." Link: From eyesores to Oakwood Shores (Tribune).
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