09Jan 2013

Erika Schnitzer, Associate Editor for Multi-Housing News Online Published: April 1, 2009 Chicago—McShane Construction Co., based in Rosemont, Ill., recently broke ground on Casa Maravilla, a 73-unit green affordable senior housing community under development by The Resurrection Project, a Chicago-based non-profit affordable housing developer. Located in Chicago’s growing Pilsen neighborhood, the five-story, $20 million apartment […]

09Jan 2013

by Alex Morales Published: April 27, 2009 On Saturday April 27, Senator Dick Durbin visited Pilsen to learn more about the local issues and how the community is working together to improve its quality of life. Community Leaders from Resurrection Project, Pilsen Neighbors Community Council, and Alivio Medical Center, along with students from Benito Juarez Community […]

09Jan 2013

By Alex Morales and Jaime Guzman Published: March 23, 2009 The Resurrection Project in collaboration with Arturo Velazquez West Side Technical Institute, the Digital Workforce Education Society, and other Pilsen community-based organizations are spearheading the efforts to turn Pilsen into a Digital Excellence Demonstration Community.  The planning group has outlined objectives that include outreach to […]

08Jan 2013

Published: October 18, 2007 THE HIGH PRICE OF HOMEOWNERSHIP By: Kimbriell Kelly and Alden K. Loury September 18, 2007 Thaida Booker saw the red brick home in West Englewood and just had to have it. “‘I don’t care what the inside looks like,’” she told her husband Ed Booker as they parked outside the West […]

08Jan 2013

Published: September 28, 2007 Breaking Barriers: Pilsen Basketball League Fights Crime Creatively By HAYLEY GRAHAM June 20, 2007 Pilsen’s youth basketball league is traveling to take back their crime-ridden neighborhood block by block. Last week the Summer Youth Basketball League held the first game of its 8th season on 18th Street between May and Carpenter. […]