Vacant Lots: Farm or Famine – Open Space in Woodlawn and Englewood
The City of Chicago, in partnership with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Chicago and three local community organizations, are engaging community stakeholders in a year-long process to create the Green Healthy Neighborhoods land use plan for the communities of Greater Englewood, Greater Grand Crossing, Washington Park and Woodlawn and New City. There is a large inventory of available land in these communities and this lively discussion will explore a range of ideas for housing, retail, green infrastructure, food policy and arts and culture for the landscape.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Chicago Architecture Foundation Lecture Gallery Hall
224 South Michigan Ave.
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