Articles tagged 'two-flats'

Reports   May 26, 2023

Assessing Obstacles to Aging in Place for Chicago's Older Homeowners

This research brief discusses some of the key issues that emerged from these discussions and includes new data analysis highlighting the characteristics and spatial patterns of properties owned by older adults in Chicago.

May 1, 2023

Chicago Programs Helping to Expand the Supply of 2 to 4 Unit Properties in Black and Latino Neighborhoods

This blog reviews several programs in Chicago that showcase growing efforts to create a supply of affordable, for-sale housing in neighborhoods that have struggled for decades with disinvestment-related challenges.

March 13, 2023

How minority Chicago homebuyers are reducing the racial gap

SOURCE: Rolling Out
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March 7, 2023

Black And Latino Chicagoans Are Snapping Up Two-Flats — A Promising Sign, Experts Say

SOURCE: Block Club Chicago
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Reports   March 2, 2023

Recent Homebuying Patterns for 2 to 4 Unit Properties

This analysis documents the importance that 2 to 4 unit buildings play in homebuying for Chicago’s borrowers and neighborhoods of color and helps connect policy priorities around preserving 2 to 4s with those that advance homeownership and wealth-building for moderate- and middle-income Black and Latino households.

October 18, 2022

Chicago Plans to Speed Up Vacant Lot Sales in Bid to Curb Crime

SOURCE: Bloomberg
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April 6, 2022

Public Meetings Report - April 7, 2022

SOURCE: South Side Weekly
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March 5, 2022

Chicago's two-, three- and four-flats are a key source of affordable housing. The pandemic might be changing that.

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune
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December 21, 2021

Should the wealthy be allowed to demolish real estate to create their own open space?

SOURCE: Chicago Sun-Times
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September 22, 2021

Affordable Two-Flats Coming to 11 Vacant Lots on the West Side

SOURCE: Block Club Chicago
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