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Permanent Supportive Housing

Architectural rendering of a Homan Square PSH lot. Two buildings, each two stories tall, are positioned on the corner of a street block. The buildings have flat roofs, balconies, and large windows.

Project Vision

Homan Square Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is a scattered-site rental housing development designed to ADA standards for people with disabilities. The 21 units in the project will provide affordable housing and social services for residents.

What is PSH?

PSH stands for Permanent Supportive Housing. It’s a model of housing for people with disabilities or accessibility needs who want to live more independently. PSH units include design considerations to meet these needs and are kept affordable to people on restricted incomes. Once tenants move in, they will also be offered supportive services, if they are desired.

Interested in leasing a PSH unit?

Contact our property management company for Homan Square Apartments to get on the waiting list. Showings will be coming soon!


Where are the units being built?

Three sites in Homan Square will have new PSH units. They are located at 3306 W. Flournoy Street, 3437 W. Flournoy Street, and 755 S. Lawndale Avenue.

When will the project be complete?

Our current project timeline estimates that construction will conclude in early 2024.

Why did FHS decide to support this project?

Homan Square PSH is an outcome of our 2018 Strategic Development Plan to help our neighbors live their lives and age-in-place in homes that are safe, affordable, and provide services on an as-needed basis.

Latest Updates

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Originally posted by IFF In his blog, The Continuum, IFF CEO Joe Neri has outlined why successful community development requires more than capital alone, highlighting the range of activities IFF engages in and the tools deployed beyond flexible loans to help community changemakers mitigate and solve local problems. Though much of this work at IFF takes places behind the scenes, the result is highly visible: new or renovated facilities that nonprofits use to serve more people, …

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