Housing Trends and the Geography of Race, Poverty, and Neighborhood Renewal - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Housing Trends and the Geography of Race, Poverty, and Neighborhood Renewal

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Housing Trends and the Geography of Race, Poverty, and Neighborhood Renewal is one of seven technical reports of the Regional Rental Market Analysis (RRMA), a broad examination of metropolitan Chicago’s residential rental market. The RRMA contains a wide range of information necessary to craft innovative policies, programs, and investment strategies to address the future of the region’s housing market. The Metropolitan Planning Council, serving as project manager, contracted with the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) to undertake this research with the Washington, DC-based Urban Institute and the local Applied Real Estate Analysis.

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