40th/State TIF

Designation: 2004    Repealed: 2013

Designed to support the Chicago Housing Authority's transformation of the Robert Taylor Homes public housing complex as a mixed-income residential community, the 40th/State TIF district provides financial leverage for various infrastructure improvements while supporting job training and readiness programs for local residents. Priorities include neighborhood recreational facilities and parks, employment centers, streetscape projects, and other public uses. The district's 14 acres include portions of the Douglas and Grand Boulevard communities where private investment is poised to return through the coordinated growth of an attractive, pedestrian-scale community.


Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
Designation Ordinance (PDF)
Annual Report (PDF)



    40th/State TIF district, repealed in 2013, was roughly bounded on the north by 40th Street, Root Street on the south, State Street on the east and the METRA/Rock Island railroad tracks on the west.


No projects to report at this time.

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