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CHICAGO The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) broke ground on the first new mixed-income development along the State Street Corridor since the authority’s sweeping Plan for Transformation began in 1999.
New York City – Taking advantage of a red-hot rental market, developer Artimus Construction put together an unusual financing structure that enabled it to provide luxury amenities to residents from a broad income range.
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