Articles tagged 'The 606 Trail'

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.

January 7, 2020

Anti-gentrification ordinance would freeze development near The 606 for 14 months

SOURCE: Curbed Chicago
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Displacement Pressure   December 12, 2019

Mapping Displacement Pressure in Chicago, 2019

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.

July 17, 2018

Can high-profile park projects, catalysts for development, play nice with neighboring communities?

June 28, 2018

Joining Forces to Help Communities Prepare for Change

In December of last year, the Institute for Housing Studies released a new tool that helps neighborhoods in Chicago plan for change. We heard quickly from community groups about how helpful the data and planning tools were to their efforts to plan for and respond to gentrification or its counterpart,...

June 1, 2018

Gentrification pushback: City could pay homeowners in hot areas not to sell

SOURCE: The Real Deal
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March 7, 2018

Proposed development along 606 trail highlights tension over rising rents and home prices

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune
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December 20, 2017

606-style trail could speed gentrification in Pilsen

SOURCE: Crain's Chicago Business
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December 20, 2017

Under-Zoning Is Exacerbating Displacement Near The 606

SOURCE: StreetsBlog Chicago
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December 20, 2017

The “606 Effect” on Housing Prices Is Real, and Threatens to Displace Residents

SOURCE: Chicago Magazine
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