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Thriving commercial corridors play a crucial role in nurturing and sustaining local communities throughout Chicago and Cook County. In recent years, several of these corridors faced challenges, but as we move forward into a new economic era, it is vital to bring together a strong coalition of stakeholders. Their collective efforts will champion policies and initiatives aimed at revitalizing, empowering, and fostering stronger bonds within our commercial corridors and neighborhoods.

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Neighborhood Revitalization Coalition Agenda

By jake@sbacil.org | July 7, 2022

Revitalize, Empower, and Connect The NRC is working hard to support and revitalize neighborhood business districts.  You can find some of the policies we are advocating for here: NRC Agenda SPONSORS Fifth Third Bank Saul Ewing Arnstein Lehr Inland Bank Tandem HR Interprenet Signature Bank Lexitas Korey Richardson Open One Solutions Freeborn and Peters Founders…

Logan Square Activation Ribbon Cutting

By jake@sbacil.org | July 1, 2022

Thank you Logan Square Chamber of Commerce for having us! The SBAC and our Neighborhood Revitalization Coalition had the pleasure of attending the Solidary Triangle Plaza Activation hosted by the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce. We spoke with some of the great people of Logan Square about our goals to revitalize, empower and connect Cook…

REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: Hyde Park Farmers Market Opens Sunday!

By jake@sbacil.org | June 6, 2022

The Hyde Park Farmers Market will return to the parking lot behind the Hyde Park Bank Building, 1525 E. 53rd St., this Sunday, June 5. The Hyde Park Farmers Market will return to the parking lot behind the Hyde Park Bank Building, 1525 E. 53rd St., this Sunday, June 5.   The event is co-hosted…

Woodlawn Coffee Chat: A Community Conversation

By jake@sbacil.org | May 27, 2022

A Woodlawn Chamber of Commerce event: Join Woodlawn Chamber for the Woodlawn Coffee Chat on Wednesday, June 1st at 6:00p to have a virtual conversation with local community organizations and elected officials about how research tools can be used to identify policy-relevant concerns and strengthen community practices. Supported by The Chicago Community Trust, The Joyce…

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