Stories about housing
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the City of Joliet does not need to refund property taxes paid by the owners of the now condemned property. The city plans to redevelop the site as Riverwalk Homes.
A developer that wants to build 288 apartments on the west side of Joliet will hold a community meeting for potential neighbors on Wednesday.
The Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project stepped up to help give veteran Philip Arnold a new roof.
The tweaked plan now calls for townhouses and ranch-style duplexes in Huntley, not hundreds of apartments.
The Habitat for Humanity of McHenry County Women Build is an annual event that gathers women volunteers to help build homes and future stability for families in need.
Creating incentives to spur landlords to maintain their rental properties and increasing housing stock are among measures Dixon city officials are considering in an effort to improve housing opportunities throughout the city.
City leaders attended a day-long retreat at Sauk Valley Community College on Tuesday, Oct. 10, to carve out a list of priorities and key goals for the future.
A Sycamore developer wants to partner with DeKalb-based Pappas Development to build a three-building, 66-unit luxury apartment complex on Primm Drive in the city’s north side, according to city documents.
$77 million project includes demolition of half the apartments at 356-unit low-income housing complex
Riverwalk Homes, once called Evergreen Terrace, would be reduced to 177 apartments.
The 153-acre parcel, which was previously located in unincorporated Will County, will be absorbed into the village and developed by Lennar Corporation.
Rock Falls City Council members on Sept. 5 unanimously voted to reduce the minimum ground floor area of residential dwellings from 800 square feet to 400 square feet. The change applies only to lots that are, at most, 55 feet wide.
City Council on Tuesday hears update on plans for former Evergreen Terrace.
Illinois’ rate increases are in line with those in other Midwest states such as Iowa and Kansas
The village of Woodridge is undertaking a community needs assessment survey as a part of the Homes for a Changing Region process.