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A community vision for two Chicago neighborhoods

MPC has long emphasized the importance of supporting quality, equitable development near public transportation. As part of that effort, through our Corridor Development Initiative MPC engages communities in shaping their local vision for developing key sites near transit. In 2014, we worked with local leaders and community members in Uptown and Logan Square.

We are pleased to release our final report on Logan Square. Read our blog post to learn more.

For more information on the Uptown vision, completed in May 2014, take a look at the final report and read the accompanying blog post.

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