Affordable housing developments along The 606 coming to Humboldt Park

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A rendering of the “Tierra Linda” project in Humboldt Park. (Landon Bone Baker Architects / via DNAinfo)

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HUMBOLDT PARK — In the coming months, construction crews will begin building a pair of affordable housing developments along The 606 in Humboldt Park.

The developer behind the project, Latin Community Housing Association (LUCHA), snagged construction permits for the sites — 1836 N. Sawyer Ave. and 1749 N. Drake Ave. — in late March, according to Chicago Cityscape, which tracks city permits.

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The buildings, which will each offer six affordable housing apartments and six parking spaces, are part of the “Tierra Linda” project, a development first introduced in 2015 that calls for 12 affordable housing buildings scattered within a mile of The 606 offering a total of 45 apartments.

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