Addison Corridor (South) TIF

Designation: 2007    Expiration: 2031

Located in portions of the North Center, Avondale and Logan Square communities, the Addison South TIF consists almost entirely of improved properties. Land uses within the 163-acre district are predominantly industrial with a mix of commercial and residential uses on both sides of the North Branch of the Chicago River. The main goals of the TIF is to rehabilitate and expand its industrial land uses, redevelop obsolete residential and commercial properties into more appropriate commercial and mixed-use developments, and encourage appropriate infill development on vacant and underutilized land. Where the TIF includes portions of the Addison Industrial Corridor, it is designed to assist business uses exclusively. Institutional uses are also intended to benefit from the TIF through related infrastructure and site assembly work.


Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
Designation Ordinance (PDF)
Annual Report (PDF)
10-Year Status Report
Projection Report (Data Portal)



Addison Corridor South TIF district, roughly bounded on the north by School Street, the Kennedy Expressway at Logan Boulevard on the south, Leavitt Street on the east, and Washtenaw Avenue on the west. 


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