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11th CNDA Winners (2005)

See the winners below.

Friend of the Neighborhoods: Ed Hinsberger, Department of Housing and Urban Development

Working with government is part of any development project, so it is a special joy to find within… Continue

    Non-Profit Community Building Award: Erie Neighborhood House

    Erie Neighborhood House remains as central to the lives of immigrant Chicagoans as it was 134 years… Continue

      Non-Profit Neighborhood Development Group of the Year: Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Chicago

      Most of us agree that everyone deserves safe and permanent affordable housing. But, in reality,… Continue

        Outstanding For-Profit Neighborhood Real Estate Project: BMH-I, LLC, for West Haven Park Partments

        No redevelopment project in recent history has been more closely watched than the CHA Plan for… Continue

          Outstanding Non-Profit Neighborhood Real Estate Project: Claretian Associates, Inc. for New Homes for South Chicago

          South Chicago is one of the city's oldest and most historic communities. Once a bustling mix of… Continue

            Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence, 1st Place: Wheeler Kearns Architects, for Southwest Women Working Together

            Women who have lived with domestic violence have had their personal safety and that of their… Continue

              Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence, 2nd Place: Landon Bone Baker Architects, for Archer Courts Townhouses

              Designing the second phase of the Archer Court redevelopment challenged Landon Bone Baker… Continue

                Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence, 3rd Place: Studio Gang Architects, for Chinese American Service League's Kam L. Liu

                Serving 15,000 persons annually, with over 200 multilingual and multicultural professional and… Continue