News & Politics,
Apr 1, 2010
The city ponies up $11 million to bring artists to Logan Square/Avondale.
By Deanna Isaacs
- Tags: The Arts, City Council, Morris B. Sachs building, flatiron building, Milwaukee, Diversey, and Kimball, Hairpin Lofts, Brinshore Development, Lester and Rosalie Anixter Center, TIF, Fullerton/Milwaukee TIF district, TIF districts, tax-increment financing, Logan Square, Avondale, Logan Square Community Arts Center, Department of Community Development, 2800-2812 N. Milwaukee, 3416 W. Diversey, Logan Square Performing Arts District, Hump building, Sol Goldberg, Hump Hair Pin Manufacturing Company, Alfred Alschuler, Leichenko and Esser, Narragansett Apartments, Morris B. Sachs, Gary Poter, Rezmar, Rey Colon, 35th Ward, Logan Square Neighborhood Association, LSNA, Susan Yanun, Richard Sciortino, David Brint, Legends South, Robert Taylor Homes, Dawn Marie Galtieri, Voice of the City, Logan Square Chamber of Arts