Articles tagged 'Displacement Risk'

July 27, 2022

Can a new housing development revitalize Bronzeville without displacing residents?

SOURCE: City Bureau and Chicago Reader
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Displacement Pressure   February 23, 2022

Mapping Displacement Pressure in Chicago, 2021

IHS’s Mapping Displacement Pressure in Chicago project supports ongoing and future public investment decisions by creating a leading indicator to identify neighborhoods where vulnerable populations may be experiencing affordability pressures and displacement risk from increased housing costs.

December 9, 2020

This is the city's new tool to chill gentrifying hot spots

SOURCE: Crain's Chicago Business
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October 29, 2020

Following the Yellowlined Road

SOURCE: South Side Weekly
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Reports   July 13, 2020

Understanding Displacement Pressure for Community Assets: Results from the Connect Chicago Innovation Program

Through the City Tech Connect Chicago Innovation Program, the Institute for Housing Studies at DePaul University (IHS) and MAPSCorps teamed up to create data indicators, sustainable processes, and tools to help community organizations access, analyze, and compare neighborhood-level data that can be leveraged to support local policies and issues.

February 26, 2020

How city officials propose to preserve Woodlawn’s affordable housing

SOURCE: Curbed Chicago
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February 5, 2020

Invisible Evictions: As Developers Flock To Logan Square And Pilsen, Renters Quietly Forced Out

SOURCE: Block Club Chicago
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January 28, 2020

U of C pays $20 million for new Jewel-Osco in Woodlawn

SOURCE: Crain's Chicago Business
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January 17, 2020

Officials Working To Prevent Displacement In Woodlawn

Reports   January 15, 2020

Displacement Pressure in Context: Examining Recent Housing Market Changes Near The 606

This report goes “under the hood” of our Mapping Displacement Pressure in Chicago data to highlight how house prices are changing in the neighborhoods around The 606 and identifies potential opportunities to preserve affordability in surrounding communities.