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Ledger was fastened with nails, not lag screws.
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CHICAGO—A federal judge reinstated the Chicago Housing Authority’s (CHA’s) power to manage the development of public housing. The move ends more than two decades of court-ordered receivership for the authority.
CHICAGO—The low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) market is better than it was a year ago thanks to additional equity, according to many at the National Council of State Housing Agencies conference.
CHICAGO—Mercy Housing Lakefront is leveraging $68 million to rehabilitate and preserve two apartment developments in the city’s Uptown community.
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