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Plan for Transformation February 2008 Update
  • Publication
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  • Feb 1, 2008
This update covers the development status of renovated family properties, scattered sites, and new mixed-income communities.
CHA Plan for Transformation Update, August 2006
  • Publication
  • (472 KB)
  • Aug 1, 2006
This MPC Update on the Chicago Housing Authority's Plan for Transformation delves into strategies for successfully involving residents in Chicago's new mixed-income communities.
Temporary Relocation, Permanent Choice: Serving Families With Rent Vouchers During the Chicago Housing Authority Plan for Transformation
Commissioned by the Metropolitan Planning Council for the Chicago Housing Authority
Public Housing in the Public Interest: Examining the Chicago Housing Authority's Redevelopment Strategy
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  • Nov 14, 2002
The fourth in MPC's series of Fact Sheets examining the Chicago Housing Authority Plan for Transformation.
Public Housing in the Public Interest: Examining the Chicago Housing Authority's Relocation Efforts
The third in MPC's series of Fact Sheets examining the Chicago Housing Authority Transformation Plan.
Public Housing in the Public Interest: Examining the Chicago Housing Authority's Proposed Service Connector Model
Chicago Housing Authority Transformation Plan Fact Sheet No. 2
Regional Rental Market Analysis (RRMA) For Rent: Housing Options in the Chicago Region
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  • (8 MB)
  • Nov 1, 1999
MPC served as project manager for the Regional Rental Market Analysis in 1999. The University of Illinois Chicago was the lead researcher, and the Urban Institute and Applied Real Estate Analysis particapated on the research team. This summary report of MPC's Regional Rental Market Analysis,…

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