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Emanuel’s nine recent affordable housing initiatives
by Steven Vance

Last month, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration announced several housing-related initiatives. Emanuel is up for re-election in February, and the last two weeks in June this summer seemed to be the densest two weeks of housing proposals in his entire administration (or my memory is losing it). I’ve summarized all 9 of them here.

Multiple initiatives are intended to generate or preserve affordable housing in the North and Northwest Sides, including areas along the 606/Bloomingdale Trail (shown here).

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