Locations of Elevated Chicago Steering Committee members and Community Table partners.
Elevated Chicago pipeline projects in progress or completed.
Displacement pressure describes areas where house prices recently appreciated at levels above the City average and where a significant share of residents are vulnerable to displacement due to factors such as income, housing cost burden and renter status.
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Life expectancy is the average number of years a person may expect to live based on the year of their birth.
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) is a funding tool used by the City of Chicago that is intended to promote investment across the city. When an area is declared a TIF district, the amount of property tax the area generates is set at a base amount. As property values increase, all property tax growth above that amount can be used to fund redevelopment projects within the district. Most TIF districts last for a period of 23 years.
Ward boundaries in Chicago (2015 – present)
The Neighborhood Opportunity Fund receives funds from downtown developments in order to support commercial corridors in Chicago’s underserved neighborhoods. Business and property owners may apply for grant funding to support new or expanding busineseses or cultural assets.
Zoning district boundaries by type and classification.Chicago is divided into zoning districts that regulate land use activities across the city.
The federal Opportunity Zone Program encourages private investment in low-income communities by offering tax incentives for qualified investors.
Chicago is home to a growing and important collection of murals. The Mural Registry catalogs the City’s growing collection of murals in a publicly accessible database. More information can be found here (hyperlink “here”
This above represents the eHub area.
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