Roundtable Discussion: Investment through Preservation in Roseland

Roundtable Discussion: Investment through Preservation in Roseland

Open House Chicago 2020 community partner Preservation Chicago co-convenes this roundtable discussion about the Roseland neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. After decades of disinvestment, what does Roseland need to rebuild its community health and vibrance, and how might historic preservation be leveraged as a means toward such progress? Presenters include Greater Roseland Chamber of Commerce founding executive director Andrea D. Reed, Preservation Chicago director of community engagement Mary Lu Seidel, City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development coordinating planner Erika Sellke, Roseland Heights Community Association president and Red Line Extension Coalition member Clevan Tucker, Jr. and historian, musician, photographer and lifelong Chicago resident Paul Petraitis.

This program is part of Open House Chicago 2020.

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Cite: "Roundtable Discussion: Investment through Preservation in Roseland" 13 Oct 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/949423/roundtable-discussion-investment-through-preservation-in-roseland> ISSN 0719-8884

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