Trumbull Park Homes – Chicago IL

Description

“The last of three Public Works Administration projects commissioned in Chicago as part of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal, Trumbull Park Homes is arguably one of the CHA’s most historically significant buildings in its housing portfolio. Built in 1938, the development features a low-density design of two-story rowhouses and three-story apartment buildings spread out across 21-acres.”

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http://www.thecha.org/pages/trumbull_park_homes/50.php?devID=262

Project originally submitted by Erin TerBeek on October 4, 2012.

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Location Info


2455 E. 106th St.
Chicago, IL 60617

Coordinates: 41.7027335, -87.5641316

One comment on “Trumbull Park Homes – Chicago IL

  1. Karol Dantzler

    I have applied for housing here since 1993 and haven’t gotten a single response my children and I are now homeless sleeping on the floor and coach of my mothers house while all of us are attending school my moms house is around the corner from the Trumbull Park Housing projects and we are in desperate need.

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