A 200-unit development stood on the Hartford Street property between Kings Road and Hawthorne Avenue. Like many older apartments in Oak Lawn, it was torn down for redevelopment. Now, the DHA would like to do what other Oak Lawn developers are doing — replace it with higher density housing.
The proposed rezoning would allow DHA to build 400 units and waive standard parking requirements. More than 300 people have signed a petition to stop the rezoning.
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