New capital investments made to property in Opportunity Zones in Chicago have the potential to disrupt neighborhoods and displace people who live in the 135 Opportunity Zones. Investments should be made contextually, with respect to existing residents and neighborhood-level plans.
Get a sense of where the Opportunity Zones in Chicago are, and see how MAPS can help investors, Opportunity Fund managers, architects, and developers find and assess suitable investment properties.
These four Opportunity Zones in Chicago have the best “smart growth potential”, which are walkable urban places and good transit accessibility. But these places also need policies that protect vulnerable residents.