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The Department of Assets, Information and Services does not have funding available for brownfield redevelopment for private or not-for-profit entities; however, grant and loan funds are available from U.S. EPA and Illinois EPA.
The following documents are related to a City of Chicago Department of Housing Multifamily Loan Program development at 2008-12 S. Ashland Ave. AIS is currently performing an environmental review of the proposed project under National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations.
Brownfields, as defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), are “abandoned, idled, or under-utilized industrial and commercial facilities where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination.”
The City of Chicago Department of Housing (DOH) proposes to provide construction financing to Island Terrace Apartment for the rehabilitation of the current high-rise building located at 6430 S Stony Island Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.
The City of Chicago Department of Housing (DOH) proposes to provide construction financing to The Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Chicago/Claretian Associates, Inc. (IHDCC/Claretian) for the development of a five-story 81-unit residential building, parking, and amenities at 9216-38 South Burley Avenue and 3211-3229 East 92nd Street.
In 2007, the former Department of Environment (DOE) conducted a potable well survey to determine if active potable wells exist in and nearby the city limits. Information was obtained from the Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS) regarding all confirmed records of wells installed within the City limits of Chicago and 200 feet beyond.