|Designation: 2002 Expiration: 2026
The Roseland/Michigan TIF district encompasses 176 acres of commercial, residential and institutional properties along Michigan Avenue in the Roseland and West Pullman communities. Once part of thriving mixed-use neighborhoods, area properties suffer from various states of obsolescence and deterioration, though many possess significant architectural features that contribute to the area's character. The purpose of the district is to encourage a broad range of improvements to existing commercial and residential properties and to foster new construction where appropriate. Additional goals include the creation of new public facilities, open spaces and pedestrian amenities that serve area residents, workers and visitors. Funds are intended to help with property assembly costs, public works improvements, the rehabilitation of existing buildings, relocation assistance, and eligible costs associated with new construction. Job training and day care are also supported by the TIF.
Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
Designation Ordinance (PDF)
Annual Report (PDF)
10-Year Status Report (PDF)
Projection Report (Data Portal)