Corridor Development Initiative

A collection of stories relating directly or indirectly to Milwaukee Avenue Corridor Development Initiative

Logan Square CDI – Summary of Community Proposals

This past September, 35h Ward alderman, Rey Colon and the Metropolitan Planning Council sponsored a series of community workshops, known as the Logan Square Corridor Development Initiative. The intent of these meetings was to garner community input on the development…

Logan Square CDI – Scenario 2 Discussion

This fall, 35th Ward Alderman Rey Colon and Metropolitan Planning Council sponsored a series of community workshops, known as the Logan Square Corridor Development Initiative, at The Hairpin Arts Center. At the third community meeting,  the MPC led discussions with Logan Square neighbors…

Logan Square CDI – Scenario 3 Discussion

This fall, 35th Ward Alderman Rey Colon and Metropolitan Planning Council sponsored a series of community workshops, known as the Logan Square Corridor Development Initiative, at The Hairpin Arts Center. At the third community meeting,  the MPC led discussions with Logan Square neighbors…

Logan Square CDI – Scenario 4 Discussion

This fall, 35th Ward Alderman Rey Colon and Metropolitan Planning Council sponsored a series of community workshops, known as the Logan Square Corridor Development Initiative, at The Hairpin Arts Center. At the third community meeting,  the MPC led discussions with Logan Square neighbors…

Logan Square CDI – Expert Panel Discussion

This past fall, 35th Ward alderman, Rey Colon, and the Metropolitan Planning Council sponsored a series of community workshops, known as the Logan Square Corridor Development Initiative. At the third community meeting, the MPC led discussions with Logan Square neighbors…

First CDI Meeting at Hairpin Arts Center – Full Meeting

On Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 35th Ward alderman, Rey Colon, along with The Metropolitan Planning Council, conducted a meeting to gauge community support and gather community input for various development options near the Logan Square Blue Line station entrance. Above is…