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Check out the quarterly newsletter from the Rogers Park Builders Group

Check out the quarterly newsletter from the Rogers Park Builders Group Rogers Park Builders Group (RPBG) is a non-profit grassroots organization that serves as a networking resource for landlords, real estate professionals, and developers. The mission of RPBG is to promote responsible ownership, property management, development, and maintain affordability within a dynamic and ethnically and financially diverse community. Our newsletter is produced three times a year and reaches over 1600 people familiarizing them with opportunities and success within our unique and diverse neighborhood. Read the newsletter here
Posted on November 01, 2011

Spotlight - Sharon Kozak

Spotlight - Sharon Kozak Sharon is a Rogers Park Resident and Realtor with several properties for sale or rent in and around the Rogers Park Area. RECOGNIZED. RESPECTED. RESOURCEFUL. With over 9 years of experience in the ChicagoReal Estate Market, I help both buyers and sellers meet their real estate objectives. I have extensive knowledge of each of the communities located in Rogers Park and surrounding areas and will work tirelessly on your behalf to make your next home buying or selling experience a pleasant and successful one. Read more about Sharon here>>
Posted on August 10, 2011

Volunteer Opportunities-RPCC

The Rogers Park Community Council has formed a Nominating Committee to gather volunteers for service as Board members for either RPCC or the Rogers Park Development Corporation (a wholly owned subsidiary of RPCC). The Nominating Committee members for 2011 are Lorraine Dostal, Dick Gregory and Sarah Lisy.
Posted on July 01, 2011

Rogers Park Builders Group - Quarterly Newsletter

Rogers Park Builders Group - Quarterly Newsletter The Rogers Park Builders Group (RPBG) was founded in 1993 by real estate professionals, independent property owners and financial institutions to help the community realize its potential. Joining with the more that 60 community groups in the area, RPBG has been a catalyst for initiatives ranging from neighborhood revitalization to obtaining exposure in the media for the area’s cultural, architectural, and artistic heritage. RPBG_Winter_2011_FINAL.pdf
Posted on February 14, 2011


As much as Rogers Park is a rental community, condo ownership came on strong in the past decade. A record number of conversions added to the ownership profile here and in West Ridge. Now with the real estate bubble burst, the banks unable to dispose of all their distressed home properties, there is an increased interest in protecting rental assets for the affordable housing they provide. In Rogers Park that is critical.
Posted on February 08, 2011

Community Meeting to Discuss Loyola’s Proposal to Amend Its Planned Development

Community Meeting to Discuss Loyola’s Proposal to Amend Its Planned Development Alderman Moore invites you to attend a community meeting to review Loyola University's proposal to update and amend its 1997 Institutional Planned Development with the City of Chicago (1997 map). The meeting will be held on Monday, September 13th, 7:00 p.m., at Loyola University's Crown Center Auditorium, 1001 W. Loyola (at the Lake).
Posted on September 10, 2010

A Call for Action in Support of “A Place to Live” - Update by Polyana Wolf

A Call for Action in Support of “A Place to Live” - Update by Polyana Wolf Community meeting to show support for good quality, affordable housing Lakeside CDC and Northside P.O.W.E.R. have teamed up with local landlords, renters and affordable housing advocates to call for the establishment of a rental improvement fund (RIF) in the 49th Ward.
Posted on April 13, 2010

An open letter to Ald Moore - North Howard Neighbors Association - Update: Ald Moore Responds

The North Howard Neighbors Association is in the process or carefully reviewing the DevCorp/Rogers Park Business Alliance Plan.
Posted on February 24, 2010

Lakeside Goes Digital with Webinars for Community Association Members

Lakeside Goes Digital with Webinars for Community Association Members Lakeside CDC's community association board training program is branching out to make services more accessible by initiating online webinars for their most popular courses. The first of these was held on Thursday, January 28.
Posted on February 24, 2010

Community News from EveryBlock

Real Estate, Business and Crime news...
Posted on February 19, 2010

Community Meeting on Proposed Development at 1557-61 W. Howard

Developers Richard Aronson and Scott Sinar will present their proposal for a seven-story mixed-use building. The building would contain 60 residential units and 15,000 to 30,000 square feet of commercial space. The proposal would also include 60-75 parking spaces located within the building. More here...
Posted on February 19, 2010

Tiff regarding Proposed “Rental Improvement Fund”

Today I received an email from Alderman Moore, and a brochure written by Brian White, Executive Director of Lakeside CDC, promoting Friday’s landlord’s meeting where they will present a proposed “Rental Improvement Fund” whereby local landlords within most of the 49th Ward would be entitled to grant money to repair their buildings, in exchange for the landlord committing to keep a certain number of units within the building affordable. Read the whole article here.
Posted on November 16, 2009

The Last 4 Miles: Symposium at Loyola

The Last 4 Miles: A proposal by Friends of the Parks to Complete Chicago’s Lakefront Park System Symposium: Thursday, SEP 10│5:30-7:30 PM AUG 21 – SEP 27│Crown Center Gallery
Posted on September 03, 2009

Housing help on North Side

Preserving and stimulating affordable housing and helping homeowners on the North Side fight housing recession problems are the calling cards of the Lakeside Community Development Corp.
Posted on August 24, 2009

15 property transfers

List of Rogers Park, Chicago, IL property transfer data is updated twice a month. Here are the nearby records from the August 17 update:
Posted on August 18, 2009

Evanston apartment tower hit with foreclosure suit

(Crain’s) — A pioneering effort to develop a 221-unit apartment building on the scruffy border of Evanston and Rogers Park has been whacked by a $38.2-million foreclosure lawsuit. PNC Bank alleges that a venture that includes a sister company, investment giant BlackRock Inc., and the estate of Schaumburg developer William J. Walsh, who died last year, failed to make the April interest payment on a construction loan for Howard Street Station, 413-421 Howard St. in Evanston. The 17-story building is next to a CTA rail yard on a stretch of Howard Street that has undergone a bit of a revival in recent years.
Posted on July 05, 2009

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