Skip to main content

Seeking development without displacement

Logan Square is in some ways unique among NCP neighborhoods. It was not devastated by racial turnover and disinvestment in the post-World War II years and did not suffer huge losses of population and housing.

More about the community | Quality-of-Life Plan | Take a tour

News and articles

Treasury official: Chicago “at forefront” of development efforts 7/20/2012

Don Graves, deputy assistant secretary for small business, community development and housing policy, tours two LISC-supported developments and talked with senior scribe John McCarron about the future of community development.


Connecting the dots 1/30/2012

How community planning and organizing gave new life--in the form of green businesses--to the old Cooper Lamps factory in Logan Square.


Raising up teachers in your backyard 11/21/2011

'Grow Your Own' grads can tell students: “I went to this school.  I sat in your seat.”


More Logan Square news

Lead agency

Logan Square Neighborhood Association

www.lsna.net

2840 N. Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 384-4370 phone
(773) 384-0624 fax

Nancy Aardema
Executive Director

Susan Yanun
NCP director

John McDermott
NCP organizer

More about the lead agency

Maps and data

Logan Square boundaries

More maps and data

Take a tour

More images

Donate Be sure to select Chicago LISC for program designation.
All donations are tax-deductible.

Calendar
Tools & Publications

Access quality-of life-plans, NCP publications, photographs, and other documents and media that chronicle how Chicago neighborhoods are working to become better and stronger.

More tools

Who we are

Learn about NCP, LISC/Chicago, and the people who direct those programs and offices.

More about us