The Cook County Board of Commissioners authorized acceptance of a three-year $2 million Lead Hazard Reduction Grant to remove lead-based paint from homes in specific high-risk suburban areas.
In accordance with requirements from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Cook County Department of Public Health and the Bureau of Economic Development […]Continue Reading →
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and other elected officials, have launched an unprecedented effort to generate new industrial investment in Chicagoland neighborhoods. The Industrial Growth Zones program will accelerate neighborhood development in seven designated areas over the next three years by removing longstanding hurdles to development and providing a […]Continue Reading →
The Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC) on July 7th cut the ribbon at the Jane R. Pearlman Apartments to open two newly renovated high rise buildings, Jane R. Perlman and Victor Walchirk Apartments – both located in Evanston, Illinois. The County’s HOME Investment Partnership Program, managed by the Bureau of Economic Development, helped fund […]Continue Reading →
We are writing to make you aware of several exciting RFP opportunities from Enterprise Community Partners. Please find information about all details below:
Health Action Plan Pilot Grant Program Due June 22nd
· With the release of the 2015 Enterprise Green Communities Criteria (the “2015 Criteria”), affordable housing development teams are […]Continue Reading →
President’s Press Office
Communities seek to acquire tax delinquent properties to return to productive use
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced that many of the 37 taxing districts participating in Cook County’s No Cash Bid Program have started to receive their Certificates of Purchase.
The program […]
$2.5 Million BUILT in Cook Loan to build new store at Diversey and Pulaski in Chicago
Joined by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Cook County Commissioner Arroyo and other dignitaries, Cermak Fresh Foods opened today. This 70,000-square-foot building used to be a Marshall Field’s warehouse. Now, it will be a grocery store that […]