Articles tagged 'Gentrification'
Exploring the Impacts of Rising Property Taxes in Changing Neighborhoods
This blog contextualizes recent research and reporting on property tax disparities in Chicago with IHS research on neighborhood house price changes and discusses how policy interventions designed to mitigate increased tax burdens have challenges of their own.
Chicago Taps Brakes on Gentrification With a Tax on Teardowns
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Housing rehabs could unlock wealth in Chicago's struggling neighborhoods
Demolition surcharge in gentrification hot spots up for two-year renewal
The next battlefront in Chicago's gentrification war: South Shore
Can These Factory-Built Homes On The West Side Help Fix Chicago's Affordable Housing Shortage?
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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.
Gentrification's effects felt by community residents and their hospitals
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Patterns of Lost 2 to 4 Unit Buildings in Chicago
This analysis uses a unique data set to document the loss of the 2 to 4 stock in Chicago neighborhoods in an effort to understand the different ways that market forces put pressure on this key segment of the city’s housing market.
Guest Blog: The Need for a Collective Approach to Preserving 2 to 4 Unit Housing in Chicago
This guest blog, co-authored by a group of Chicago housing organizations, responds to IHS's recent analysis on the importance of and threats to 2 to 4 unit buildings in Chicago. It emphasizes the disproportionate health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across Chicago’s communities of color; the potential implications for the stability of Chicago’s 2 to 4 unit housing stock; and the urgent need for coordinated actions to address existing needs of families that rely on the affordability that 2 to 4 flats provide.