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Atrium Village was one of the nation’s first successful mixed income housing developments reflecting the character of the neighborhood and city, while anchoring the community as an example of best housing practices.
The Center for Community Progress is the nation’s preeminent organization addressing issues of vacant properties – both the prevention of abandonment and adaptive reuse. With staff in Flint Michigan, Washington D.C. and New Orleans, who provide advocacy, technical assistance and organizational development services to governments and activist throughout the nation, CCP helps neighborhoods, cities, counties and states forge and implement effective strategies to prevent and reuse vacant properties.
The University of Chicago hosted a Future of the City Symposium to spur continued discussion about urban life, with a particular focus on Chicago’s future as a global city.
The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Ed.D, Program in Urban Education Leadership improves the preparation of principals so they can make the critical difference in school and student achievement.