West Pullman Industrial Park TIF

Designation: 1998    Terminated: 2014

The West Pullman Industrial Park TIF was created to support ongoing industrial investments within the West Pullman Industrial Park. Though the corridor thrived with employment for much of the last century with companies like Dutch Boy, International Harvester, Carl Buddig Meats and Ingersoll Products, the area at the time of the TIF's designation was largely vacant due to a variety of ongoing disinvestment trends. Encompassing 210 acres, the TIF is intended to foster the area's revitalization through site assembly efforts, soil remediation projects, and numerous infrastructure improvements, specifically the reconstruction of 119th, 120th and Morgan streets, and portions of Loomis and Racine avenues. The TIF is intended to foster other job-generating activities that promote the area's underlying industrial assets, specifically its large tracts of vacant land that lie in close proximity to major expressways, public transit amenities and a large and stable workforce. Job training and relocation costs are also supported by the TIF.

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

West Pullman Industrial Park TIF district, roughly bounded on the north by 117th Street, 122nd Street on the south, Halsted Street on the east, and Loomis Street on the west.


No projects to report at this time. 



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