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16th CNDA Winners (2010)

See the winners below.

Special Recognition Award

The Community Economic Development Law Project (CEDLP) performs the essential function of linking… Continue

    The Chicago Community Trust Outstanding Community Strategy of the Year Award

    Neighborhood planning is not about a destination – it’s about a journey. The Pilsen… Continue

      The Friend of the Neighborhoods Award

      The Friend of the Neighborhoods Award is given to an individual whose contribution to… Continue

        The Norman Bobins Leadership Award

        There are no road maps in community development. It takes leaders who can plan while doing –… Continue

          The Outstanding For-profit Neighborhood Real Estate Project Award

          If all community development projects take creativity in figuring out what it takes to get the job… Continue

            The Polk Bros. Foundation Affordable Rental Housing Preservation Award

            When the Low-Income Housing Tax Credits used to develop the Malden Arms Apartments in Uptown into… Continue

              The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design, First Place

              Once an abandoned industrial bakery, the UNO Veterans Memorial School Campus is now a unique link… Continue

                The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design, Second Place

                In a wonderful reversal that is both unexpected and almost unprecedented, a neglected low-rise… Continue

                  The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design, Third Place

                  Both inside and out, the Langston Hughes Elementary School responds to the needs of its students,… Continue

                    The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Outstanding Non-Profit Neighborhood Real Estate Project

                    The Charles H. Shaw Technology and Learning Center is a dramatic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse… Continue