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Put an eligible house into the Chicago land trust to lower its taxes and preserve affordabilityPut an eligible house into the Chicago land trust to lower its taxes and preserve affordability

Affordable Housing, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, News, Lathrop—" Many alders were upset that community organizations were left out of the discussion in designing the ordinance. Several mentioned Logan Square Neighborhood Association, in particular — based… Continue

Chicago Families Take on Gentrification and HousingChicago Families Take on Gentrification and Housing

Newsletters—"Logan Square Neighborhood Association (LSNA) community leaders stand with U.S. Rep. Jesús “Chuy” García, who represents Chicago residents, to demand 100 affordable homes… Continue

Trolley Tour Highlights Chicago’s Housing Woes On The Northwest SideTrolley Tour Highlights Chicago’s Housing Woes On The Northwest Side

Affordable Housing, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, News, Lathrop—Affordable housing advocates from LUCHA, Spanish Coalition for Housing, Center for Changing Lives, Northwest Side Housing Center, Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation and Logan Square Neighborhood… Continue

As Logan Square & Humboldt Park Property Taxes Skyrocket, Both Longtime And New Residents Consider MovingAs Logan Square & Humboldt Park Property Taxes Skyrocket, Both Longtime And New Residents Consider Moving

Immigration, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, News, Affordable Housing—"We lost our neighborhood school, the streets are riddled with potholes and there's gunshots. What are we paying for?" one resident said.

‘A stranger in my own community’: Mixed feelings as young Latinos move back to gentrifying Chicago neighborhoods‘A stranger in my own community’: Mixed feelings as young Latinos move back to gentrifying Chicago neighborhoods

Immigration, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, Lathrop, Affordable Housing—“We have to ask ourselves when we are getting public amenities in our community, who is going to benefit and who is going to be burdened,” Christian Diaz, the lead housing organizer at… Continue

LSNA Welcomes New Round of Parent MentorsLSNA Welcomes New Round of Parent Mentors

Immigration, Parent Engagement, Education, News Archives—"Hundreds of new parents graduated on Thursday, June 6th from the Logan Square Neighborhood Association Parent Teacher Mentor Program at Carl Schurz High School. “After demonstrating the… Continue

Hundreds Of Logan Square Residents Show Up To Fight For 100% Affordable Housing Complex As Opponents Try To Slow Down ProcessHundreds Of Logan Square Residents Show Up To Fight For 100% Affordable Housing Complex As Opponents Try To Slow Down Process

Affordable Housing, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, News, Lathrop—Of the roughly 500 residents who attended, 350 voted "yes," 112 voted "no," 35 voted "yes, with conditions" and five votes were indecipherable.

Chicago’s Lincoln Yards Puts Affordable Housing Groups In A BindChicago’s Lincoln Yards Puts Affordable Housing Groups In A Bind

Affordable Housing, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, News, Lathrop—Lincoln Yards is a planned $6 billion megaproject — featuring skyscrapers, corporate headquarters, and thousands of units of upscale housing — to be sandwiched between Lincoln Park and… Continue

Housing organizations OK to sue Cook Assessor over ex-assessor's 'discriminatory' practicesHousing organizations OK to sue Cook Assessor over ex-assessor's 'discriminatory' practices

Affordable Housing, News—From Cook County Record: Housing assistance organizations have won the right to continue, for now, with a lawsuit against the Cook County Assessor’s office for past property tax assessment… Continue

How to win over Northwest Side voters: Chicago aldermen candidates hone in on high school plansHow to win over Northwest Side voters: Chicago aldermen candidates hone in on high school plans

Education, Affordable Housing, News—Photo Credit: Cassie Walker Burke / Chalkbeat Chicago Organized by the Logan Square Neighborhood Association, Friday’s event brought together candidates from six of the city’s most… Continue