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|Designation: 2007 Expiration: 2031
The Armitage/Pulaski TIF is characterized by local shopping districts along North, Cicero, Kedzie, Western and Armitage avenues, and Pulaski Road. Encompassing 31 acres, the TIF is designed to preserve commercial activity by fostering private investment for improved retail uses within existing structures and in new commercial facilities where appropriate. Funds are intended to help upgrade existing streets, alleys and sidewalks, and to promote a distinctive visual identity that enhances pedestrian vitality and safety. It is also designed to ensure high quality and harmonious architectural and landscape design, to expand the amount and quality of area open spaces, and to help modernize signage and lighting. Job training and certain relocation costs are also supported by the TIF.
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