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7 lead agencies climb on-ramp to web 1/27/2006
NCP lead agencies that had piecemeal web sites – if they had them at all – spent the fall uploading content to the New Communities Program server in preparation for launching stand-alone web sites in early 2006.
Updated directory lists 796 retail, service firms 9/21/2005
Working closely with Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, Quad Communities Development Corporation (QCDC) has revised its draft retail/business directory to include approximately 796 listings for the QCDC commercial trade area. Readers are encouraged to call QCDC at 773-268-7232 to update or correct information in the business directory and to submit additional business names.
Agency Thumbnail: The Fund 4/17/2005
The Fund for Community Redevelopment and Revitalization is a catalyst in bringing together various constituencies to promote a coordinated approach to community renewal in Woodlawn and North Kenwood-Oakland.
Quad area on the way up, alderman says 4/10/2005
Market data suggests that investment in Quad Communities is being made at all levels, ranging from new housing and educational options to lakeshore improvements and cultural amenities, from as far north as 35th Street to the southern boundary of 51st Street. “Quad Communities is one of the fastest growing areas within the city of Chicago,” says Denise Casalino, Commissioner of the Department of Planning and Development.
Agency Thumbnail: Quad Communities Development Corp. 4/10/2005
Quad Communities Development Corp., formed to participate in NCP, serves the South Side communities of North Kenwood, Oakland, and portions of Douglas and Grand Boulevard. QCDC was formed in May 2003 in partnership with 4th Ward Alderman Toni Preckwinkle and institutional, community and public housing leaders.
What's NCP? Serious response to big challenges 9/20/2003
The New Communities Program is a serious, long-term response to urban challenges, and it is ambitious. The program seeks to bring together the resources needed to revive stagnant neighborhoods, stabilize those facing decline and lessen the displacement that gentrification can bring.

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