Communities United Calls for a $25 Billion Investment for Affordable Housing from Chicago's Next Mayor

A new cost analysis report by Communities United and Renters Organizing Ourselves to Stay (ROOTS), a multi-stakeholder partnership to prevent the displacement of low-income families, estimates that to prevent the displacement of the over 230,000 low-income Chicago households that are rent-burdened, a $25 billion investment over the next 10 years is needed. CU leaders are committed to ensure this issue becomes a top priority for the next administration.

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