- Preservation: 210-unit rental project in a 1920 industrial building in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood, financed using tax-exempt bonds, HUD-insured first mortgage loan, federal low-income and historic credits, FAF, HOME and AHP funding.
- New Construction: 117-unit/six-building project in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood, utilizing New Issue tax-exempt bond proceeds, federal low-income tax credits, HOME funds, assumed municipal debt and redistribution of project-based Section 8 subsidy among other area buildings.
- Public Housing: 128-unit mixed-income, multi-family residential development financed with tax-exempt bonds, HOME and HOPE VI loans, state donation tax credits and federal low-income tax credits.
- Healthcare: Development of four-story, 65,000 square foot health and wellness center that provides health and fitness services, wellness programs and services, pediatric care, dental care and pre-natal care.
- School: Acquisition and conversion of three-story existing timber loft building, as well as the construction of an addition, to re-purpose the facility as the 100,000 square foot home of a charter high school with capacity for 600 students in Chicago’s Pilsen community.
- Retail: Multi-phase redevelopment of 180-acre former urban industrial property into grocery and other retail use, community center, public park and affordable housing.