On Chicago’s Near North Side, Illinois, the Cabrini-Green Homes public housing progress was managed by the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA).
The Frances Cabrini Rowhouses and Extensions had been positioned south of Division Street and had been surrounded by the William Green Homes to the northwest, Larrabee Street to the west, Orleans Street to the east, and Chicago Avenue to the south.
15,000 people, most of whom had been in mid- and high-rise condominium buildings, had been residing in Cabrini-Green at its peak. For many inhabitants, residing circumstances had been hostile on account of crime and neglect, and “Cabrini-Green” received right here to indicate factors with public housing inside the US.
The closing of the decaying mid- and high-rise buildings dismantled by CHA in 2011 was started in 1995. There are at current solely the distinctive, two-story rowhouses left.
Does Cabrini-Green nonetheless exist?
The Cabrini-Green public housing problem in Chicago is now made up of all the 586 remaining properties. About 25% of them have undergone rehabilitation for residents. The rest are nonetheless being developed.