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Back of the Yards Rooted and Rising

A rendered photo of Chicago Prize 2022 finalist’s proposed family hub in Back of the Yards.

Juan Moreno of JGMA

Back of the Yards Rooted and Rising

A rendered photo of Chicago Prize 2022 finalist’s proposed family hub in Back of the Yards.

Juan Moreno of JGMA

Chicago Prize 2022 finalist wants to centralize resources for the community in Back of the Yards

Ten million dollars is up for grabs to fund real estate and community development plans in the South and West sides. This grant comes out of the Pritzker Traubert Foundation and will be awarded in December. Reset sits down with one of the six finalists to talk about the need for a community hub and to centralize resources for youth, seniors and returning citizens in Back of the Yards. GUESTS: Craig Chico, president and CEO of Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council Father Dave Kelly, executive director of Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation in Back of the Yards Matt Mosher, partner and cofounder of Park Row Development

A rendered photo of Chicago Prize 2022 finalist’s proposed family hub in Back of the Yards.

Juan Moreno of JGMA

   

Ten million dollars is up for grabs to fund real estate and community development plans in the South and West sides. This grant comes out of the Pritzker Traubert Foundation and will be awarded in December.

Reset sits down with one of the six finalists to talk about the need for a community hub and to centralize resources for youth, seniors and returning citizens in Back of the Yards.

GUESTS: Craig Chico, president and CEO of the Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council

Father Dave Kelly, executive director of Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation in Back of the Yards

Matt Mosher, partner and cofounder of Park Row Development

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