In the works since at least 2012, an ambitious plan to build a new community health and wellness campus in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood has cleared another milestone. Yesterday, the City of Chicago’s Community Development Commission (CDC) voted in favor of a measure to sell a blighted, formerly industrial property near 31st Street and Kedzie Avenue to the project’s developers for $1. The parcel will eventually be transformed into a new facility for Saint Anthony hospital and a wide collection of amenities for the neighborhood. More than simply a medical center, the so-called Focal Point Community Campus will provide nearby residents with fitness facilities, sports fields, and other community-oriented services.
New Orleans, LA | 2nd District
New Orleans Center for Creative Arts is a regional, pre-professional arts training center that offers students intensive instruction in…