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Community Picnic Held in Celebration of Vacant Housing Restoration in Pullman A Pullman Community picnic celebrates the start of restoring more than 30 vacant homes in North Pullman. The restoration is all thanks to innovative private and public partnerships that...
State of Illinois, LISC and CNI Announce Funding for Small Businesses and Launch Next Phase of Rebuild Distressed Communities Program
State and community partners release $1.7 Million for 58 small businesses, along with $10 million RFP for corridor improvements marking next phase of program to help communities facing damages from events of civil unrest CHICAGO—The Illinois...
A bold plan for Bronzeville pushes forward in hard times
Here’s What The Michael Reese Hospital Redevelopment’s First Phase Will Look Like
Pullman project combines historic preservation, promotion of the arts in one project
A sustainable refocus helps a historic Chicago community rebuild Gotham Greens / Courtesy The Gotham Greens greenhouse is one of several environmentally friendly projects located in the Pullman neighborhood of Chicago.
New Culver's Coming to Pullman Neighborhood
Pullman is Getting a Culver's
Amazon Debuts Amazon Distribution Center: Ald. Anthony Beale says the e-commerce giant's facility boosts development on the Far South Side.
Invest Big, Engage, Drive Benefits to Need: Study Highlights Place-Based Investing’s Impact in Pullman
A new case study describes a model for renewing dis-invested and under-resourced communities and measuring the impact of millions of dollars of place-based development, as used in Pullman by CNI and its partners. Key findings from the study by the University of...