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Addressing Displacement Pressures from Public Investment in Chicago’s Communities
Sarah Duda
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This article profiles recent research from the Institute for Housing Studies (IHS or the Institute)1 on the topic of displacement, gentrification, and the role of public investment in driving neighborhood change. It discusses a specific public investment in Chicago and its role in accelerating gentrification, and highlights a new data tool created by IHS to help community development practitioners develop affordable housing strategies in advance of planned public investments.


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Sarah Duda, "Addressing Displacement Pressures from Public Investment in Chicago’s Communities" , Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Profitwise, issue 3, pages 1-5, 2018.
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Keywords: Housing; community development; neighborhoods
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