Langley Avenue in the northern section of Pullman Landmark District. The board-ups are a good thing as many of these buildings had been vacant and open for some time. Much of the focus on Pullman tends to fall on the southern section of the district with its more elaborate and intact buildings —> which also did not experience the same racially based disinvestment the north did. Many people working to strengthen north Pullman though, including Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago and Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives.


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