95th/Stony Island TIF

Designation: 1990    Expiration: 2014

The 95th Street/Stony Island TIF district was created to provide coordinated land use, pedestrian, vehicular, and urban design improvements within the South Deering community, and to ensure that new development meets contemporary development standards within a reasonable time frame. Its primary purpose is to facilitate the redevelopment of 76 acres of underused and vacant land for commercial projects that provide goods and services that meet area needs. With much of the district comprised of a vacant rail-road right-of-way, targeted priorities include a grocery store, restaurants and other retailers. The district is also intended to help protect a wetlands area along its southern border, and to reinforce industrial uses along the north side of 95th Street


Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
Redevelopment Plan Amendment #1 (PDF)
Designation Ordinance (PDF)
Annual Report (PDF)
Projection Report (Data Portal)



95th/Stony Island TIF district, roughly bounded on the north by the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad tracks south of 94th Street, 99th Street on the south, Paxton Avenue on the east, and the Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad tracks at Harper Avenue on the west. 


Stony Island Plaza




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