89th/State TIF

Designation: 1998    Terminated: 2013

The 89th/State TIF district was designated to foster the redevelopment of outdated industrial land with contemporary single-family homes. Prior to its designation, the 38-acre district suffered from obsolete truck access and experienced ongoing industrial disinvestment until its sole employer was a beverage company that was reducing operations. Largely surrounded by Chatham's stable residential community, the TIF was created to provide a harmonious change to residential from industrial use through coordinated infrastructure investments and the partial elimination of certain streets to increase the amount of developable land. The district today provides a nearly seamless connection with its adjacent residential neighbors.


Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
Designation Ordinance (PDF)
Annual Report (PDF)
Projection Report (Data Portal)



89th/State TIF district, terminated in 2013, roughly bounded on the north by 89th Street, 91st Street on the south, Indiana Avenue on the east, and the Dan Ryan Expressway on the west. 


Chatham Club

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