The Chicago Department of Housing on Monday announced it will open the next round of its Emergency Rental Assistance Program on Dec. 6, with applications due by Dec. 18. The $102 million round of funding — the program’s largest yet — will be furnished by the American Rescue Plan Act and will offer up to 18 months of rental assistance and utility payment assistance for income-qualifying Chicago residents who can show that the COVID-19 pandemic took a hit on their income.
The Urban Land Institute will host a virtual community meeting at 6 p.m. on Dec. 6 to present its recommendations on how to “update The Magnificent Mile’s distinct identity and enhance its draw as a premier retail, entertainment, and tourism destination,” according to an announcement. The institute joined the Chicago Department of Planning and Development and The Magnificent Mile Association to convene a “multi-disciplinary panel of real estate development experts” to help develop the recommendations.” Online registration is required.
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