Category Archives: Housing

Pullman Neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side Poised to Become a National Park Site

by Dominika Jedryczka for SUST 240 After roughly 135 years of highs and lows, the historic Chicago neighborhood of Pullman may soon be nationally recognized if and when President Obama designates the neighborhood as a national park following the Thanksgiving holiday, … Continue reading

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Housing and Transportation in Schaumburg: What about Density?

by Thomas Lewallen for SUST 210 Within recent years, Schaumburg has taken a multitude of steps to become a greener town. Starting in the 1970’s the Village created the Clean Environment Committee, now known as just the Environmental Committee, which advocated … Continue reading

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