LUCHA Madres Unidas, Chicago, IL

Lacking decent, affordable housing in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, a group of single mothers gathered together and requested assistance from LUCHA, a non-profit organization. The 61 new, affordable rental units are scattered throughout the neighborhood and consist of three flats and a six flat with a community space. The units are designed with the input from the mothers.

Humboldt Park, Chicago, IL


Completed 2004

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Latin United Community Housing Association (LUCHA)


Thrush Construction Company


Calor Design Group (Mechanical)

GFGR, Inc. (Structural)

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