Posts Tagged ‘humboldt park’

Crains’s Chicago Business: Who says a homeless facility can’t be dazzling?

Digital rendering of La Casa Norte Pierce House exterior

Crain’s Chicago Business published a great read on our long-term client La Casa Norte and their executive directors, Sol Flores, big plans the organization. The article highlights La Casa Norte’s Pierce House covering Sol’s vigorous fundraising and other accomplishments of the organization. We’re thankful for the opportunity to work with Sol and La Casa Norte as they…

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Grand Opening: Tierra Linda

Ribbon cutting outside of Tierra Linda's Passive House at grand opening ceremony

Today LUCHA celebrated the grand opening of its first sustainability-oriented affordable housing project, Tierra Linda! As a scattered site development, Tierra Linda offers affordable housing in 3-flat and 6-flat buildings across Humboldt Park. The ribbon cutting was held in front of the first multi-family Passive House in Illinois.  

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Tierra Linda

Tierra Linda 3-flat on Sawyer Ave near the 606

LBBA has been working with Latin United Community Housing Association (LUCHA) for over 25 years to transform empty lots and rundown buildings into safe, decent housing close to schools, parks, and other services. Together, we have built and renovated over 175 units of affordable housing in Humboldt Park. Tierra Linda, a scattered site housing project…

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Tierra Linda Passive House Tour

Guest gathered around the Passive House tour's first speaker Charlene Andreas from LUCHA

Yesterday Eco Achievers hosted a tour of Tierra Linda’s Passive House, the first multi-family Passive House in Illinois! Guests gathered inline outside of the mid-constructed project showing the completed STO Gold coat installation on the exterior sheathing. The tour began with Charlene Andreas, from the project’s developer LUCHA, introducing how the Passive House became a…

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The Conversation: Architecture in 2018: Look to the streets, not the sky

Rendering of Tierra Linda units from street

The Conversation’s article, “Architecture in 2018: Look to the streets, not the sky,” written by Sean Weiss, examines three projects that attempt to build and maintain communities as public spaces are increasingly being privatized. One of the three projects featured in this article, Tierra Linda, is a scattered site housing project near the Bloomingdale Trail…

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