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January 10, 2013

La Casa Student Housing

La Casa Student Housing
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Casa Tabasco

Casa Tabasco
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Casa Sor Juana

Casa Sor Juana
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Casa Puebla

Casa Puebla
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Casa Oaxaca

Casa Oaxaca
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Casa Monterrey

Casa Monterrey
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Casa Hidalgo

Casa Hidalgo, Back of the Yards
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Casa Guerrero

Casa Guerrero, Pilsen.
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Casa Morelos

Casa Morelos, Pilsen.
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Casa Maravilla

Casa Maravilla, Pilsen.
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January 10, 2013

The Resurrection Project’s work covered by Univisión and The Gate…

Published: December 12, 2012 The Resurrection Project (TRP) works to build relationships and create healthy communities, and we’re excited and grateful that our work has made the news again! On Friday, December 7, The Gate Newspaper ran a feature article on TRP and our work to stabilize Chicago’s Back of the Yards neighborhood through the renovation of 81-units of formerly foreclosed housing as affordable rental and for-sale housing. You can see the online newspaper here. The story gives a brief glimpse into the impact resulting from the $13.5 million TRP is investing in the community through Neighborhood Stabilization Program II funding secured through a national consortium led by Chicanos por la Causa (Arizona).
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The Resurrection Project applauds Wintrust’s decision to sell the Second…

Published: December 3, 2012 On November 28, 2012, Wintrust Financial Corp. agreed to sell Second Federal Savings and Loans’ three branches and deposits to The Resurrection Project (TRP) and Self-Help Federal Credit Union (Self-Help). You can read the Crain’s Chicago Business article here. TRP and Self-Help formed a unique partnership to acquire the loans, deposits, and branches in order to continue Second Federal Savings’ (SFS) legacy in Brighton Park, Little Village, and Cicero communities. Wintrust and Hinsdale Bank served the responsible role in allowing time for TRP and Self-Help to complete the purchase of the SFS loan portfolio from the FDIC.
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