The Burnham Plan Centennial - Bold Plans, Big Dreams

Program Partners


Greater Auburn-Gresham Development Corp. (GADC) works to foster and promote revitalization of the low-to-moderate income neighborhoods of Auburn-Gresham, Englewood and West Chatham. The organization's service area runs from 67th Street to 83rd Street north to south, and the Dan Ryan Expressway to Damen Avenue east to west.

Auburn-Gresham is honored to be one of six Chicago neighborhoods participating in the Burnham Plan Centennial Bold Plans. Big Dreams Community Showcase Tours program, presenting Rebuilding a Classic Chicago Community

For a downloadable copy of the Rebuilding a Classical Community tour brochure, please click here.

To take a video tour click here.

Partner Category: Neighborhood or Community Development Organization

Centennial Activities

Saturday, May 16, 2009 9:00am to 4:00pm

Great Chicago Places and Spaces Festival

City of Chicago

Chicago opens its doors during 11th annual Great Chicago Places and Spaces (GCPS) on May 16, 2009. For one day, the City of Chicago collaborates with architects, designers and community leaders on more than 100 free tours. The event, a program of the Mayor's Office of Special Events, was created to reflect Chicago's great architectural heritage as well as showcase "off limits" places and spaces. [MORE]

Litter Free Zone

Greater Auburn-Gresham Development Corporation

The mission of the Litter Free Zone initiative is to improve the physical appearance of a targeted area within the Auburn Gresham community and raise the awareness of the benefits of recycling and litter prevention.  

Greater Auburn-Gresham Development Corporation


Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation
1159 West 79th Street
Chicago, IL 60620
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