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Join us on Saturday, June 25th as Bickerdike residents, staff and members come together to talk the 31st Annual Hunger Walk in support of La Casa Norte‘s work to end hunger in our communities!
On May 10th, Bickerdike had the honor of hosting a group of our community neighbors for dinner and discussion as part of The Chicago Community Trust’s On The Table initiative. Now in its third year, On The Table is an annual city-wide event wherein people are encourage to invite small groups to come together, share […]
Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation was formed by Northwest Community Organization with Erie Neighborhood House and Holy Innocents Church in 1967 to create affordable housing opportunities in West Town, Humboldt Park and Logan Square in response to widespread disinvestment, arson and demolition. It has remained a member-based organization.
After months of hard work and dedication, we are pleased to announce that our brand new website is live at www.bickerdike.org! Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors an easier way to access resources and learn about Bickerdike’s work
Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation won citywide recognition on February 17th for preserving and improving affordable rental units in Humboldt Park’s 1704 N. Humboldt Building at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Chicago’s 21st Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards (CNDA), the city’s premier forum for recognition of development projects.
Bickerdike’s CEO, Joy Aruguete has been reappointed and will serve another term on the the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLBC) Community Investment Advisory Council.
Today CCL announced its move to the commercial space in the Zapata Apartments building, 1955 N St Louis Avenue, First Floor, Chicago, IL 60647. Zapata Apartments is a sixty one unit affordable housing development that was the longtime dream of community residents who fought for it with the Logan Square Neighborhood Association, the community partner, […]
With Bickerdike serving as the lead agency and representation from a wide variety of organizations serving the Humboldt Park community, the Humboldt Park New Communities Program (NCP) Task Force meets quarterly to discuss and work on issues affecting the community.
Waking up early on a cold Saturday isn’t at the top of many “to-do lists,” but that’s just what Bickerdike members do each December for Bickerdike’s Annual Membership Meeting.
Since 2009, Bickerdike and Elevate Energy have partnered to retrofit over 294 units encompassing installation of high efficiency furnaces, low flow water fixtures, efficient light, air sealing, and insulation measures.