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Daley Village: The Good Life is Back

Groundbreaking for new low income housing initiative Monday, December 3, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. Collaboration between the City of Chicago, Housing Illinois, and the Pioneer Renewal Trust

Just about everyone in Chicago remembers the beautiful life. Single family residences curled up next to spacious throughfares, with neighbors who said “Hello”. A community of diversity, with transportation and bustling business districts nearby. Acclaimed schools and gorgeous it the Chicago of yesteryear?

Daley Village is not just a new development. Named after one of the most notable leaders of our fair city, Daley Village is positioned to be one of the most unique living experiences available, at affordable prices for all.

Spacious single and multi-family residences with spectacular city views will offer a haven from the city chill. The homes, designed by top-notch architects famous for their attention to artistic details, all feature newly built walls and customized exterior decoration. Ample parking is also available.

WHAT: Groundbreaking ceremony for Daley Village, the newest housing initiative for low income families

WHY: Low income families need dramatically new and different housing opportunities. This initiative reflects the City of Chicago’s dedication to the shelter of its citizens.

WHERE: The first Daley Village test site, at 920 N. Elston Ave., two blocks north of the intersection of Elston and Milwaukee Avenues.

WHEN: 10:00 a.m., Monday, December 3, 2001

WHO: Daley Village is a collective effort of the City of Chicago, the Pioneer Renewal Trust development group and Housing Illinois, an organization dedicated to exploring affordable housing options for all in the Land of Lincoln.



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