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ABOUT SPAULDING & TRUMBULL

Description:

In partnership with Chicago’s Near West Side Community Development Corporation (Near West Side CDC), this project represents our development group’s commitment to community needs. The development utilized two former Chicago Housing Authority projects, and through a total gut-renovation, we created special-needs housing for low-income heads of households with children.  

The existing buildings were built between 1950 and 1960, and now provide 25 affordable special-needs units. Spaulding and Trumbull, together with its on-site service program, is designed to break the cycle of chronic poverty by providing, intentionally in this order: housing, a stable living environment, and employment. The comprehensive program is designed to create stability for families to become healthy as they move toward economic independence. The Near West Side CDC provides supportive services to tenants, while the property management implements its own Blended Housing Management Program. 

 

Property Type: Permanent Supportive Housing 

 

Total Number of Units: 

• 1310-1316 S. Spaulding Avenue — 14 units

• 1424-1428 S. Trumbull Avenue — 11 units

Project Features:

• Significant renovation and safety upgrades to the buildings

• Sustainable “green” features are included

• Rainwater collection for gardens through large water cisterns

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COMMUNITY

DETAILS

1310-1316 S. Spaulding Avenue

1424-1428 S. Trumbull Avenue

Chicago, IL 60623 

Phone: (773) 696-9844

Service Provider: Doors to Opportunity Program 

Nonprofit Partner: Near West Side Community Development Corporation, Inc. 

Development Partners: 

• Norcon Incorporated

• Harley Ellis Devereaux

• Corporation for Supportive Housing 

Year Completed: 2008 

Financing Partners: 

• 9% Tax Credit Equity — City of Chicago, National Equity Fund

• Near West Side Community Development Corporation

• Energy grant — Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Development 

Project-based Subsidies: 

• Chicago Housing Authority Project-based Section 8

• HUD Shelter Plus Care