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Updated July 29, 2020
The Halsted Triangle Plan, adopted by the Chicago Plan Commission in 2010, is intended to generally guide the implementation of future public and private projects within the Halsted Triangle and along the Clybourn Avenue corridor. In support of this general goal, the following objectives were defined during the workshop process:
Since its adoption a decade ago, there have been several significant planning and transportation initiatives and land use changes that have impacted the immediate area. In early 2020, DPD central region planners drafted an update intended to summarize those initiatives and trends and to provide recommendations to guide future growth and to encourage a more vibrant and pedestrian-friendly experience. The update recommends allowing future developments to propose a mix of uses, including residential, east of Kingsbury Street.
The proposed 2020 update includes the following revised objectives:
As part of a public feedback effort, DPD, Ald. Walter Burnett (27th) and Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) co-hosted a community webinar in spring 2020. Resources from that meeting are listed below.
Planning staff expects to take the chapter update to Chicago Plan Commission for adoption at the commission's August 2020 meeting. For more information on viewing the meeting or signing up to speak about this item, visit www.chicago.gov/cpc.
All questions and comments can be directed to DPD@cityofchicago.org.