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"chicago bungalow" Discussed on WCPT 820
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"chicago bungalow" Discussed on Climate Connections
"I'm doctor Anthony Liz, and this is climate connections. In Chicago, many streets are lined with small brick homes with big windows and wide, low pitched roofs. They're known as Chicago bungalows. They are about a third of our single-family housing stock here. There's over 80,000 of them, we think. And they have historically always been for everybody, all different income levels, all different kinds of occupations, all the different kinds of people. Carla Bruni at the Chicago bungalow association says most of these homes are about a century old, and like many old houses, they can be drafty and expensive to heat. So her group partners on a weatherization program for bungalows and other vintage homes. Homeowners making less than 80% of the area's median income qualify for free energy saving upgrades, like air ceiling and new insulation. They generally see around a 30% reduction on their electric bill and around a 50% reduction on their gas bill. Bruni says that over the years, her group has worked on about 13,000 homes. There's a real ripple effect there in terms of not just lowering bills, but really watching energy consumption drop in certain neighborhoods. So making small improvements to older homes can make a big difference for residents and the climate. Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication. To hear more stories like this, visit climate connections dot org.
"chicago bungalow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And I think the two are related because you know it's Those areas are much more attractive if it's easier to get to the lake front and enjoy the lake front. Once you're there, sure. Talk to me a little bit more you mentioned housing. Chicago is a city of old Chicago bungalows and different styles of housing that when money comes to an area that small and that's not as valuable as a three flat or something new and modern and sleek, are you concerned about? I mean, imagine that that happens and that's going to happen. But are we doing enough to preserve the history of the architecture of Chicago when it comes to the housing? Mm. I would say in some cases, yes, like the historic Chicago Bungalow initiative has been a very successful effort at Um, you know, maintaining this very valuable housing stock. But clearly, um this gentrification has cut of very double edged sword. In areas like you know, the Northwest side, the near north west side around the 606 Bloomingdale trail. I mean, there you've got, um older. Housing stock. That is great, affordable on has multiple units in it giving way to, you know, large, very expensive single family homes and you've got Widespread displacement of people occurring and this is really the same problem that Popped up in Pilsen, where recently the city tried and failed to Um, create a landmark district residents there did not think the landmark district was the answer. To the displacement and gentrification that was occurring, So it's an ongoing problem without a doubt. And, um You know, the city is much more than the shiny towers of downtown. You can have a vibrant function city unless you have Healthy neighborhoods and that that I mean, I'm really glad to say that Mayor Lights lit recognizes that she has hired a really smart planning commissioner Maurice Cox. Who is, you know, working on the Invest Southwest program to try to revive Business districts throughout the South and west sides on he's off to a good start, but it's really too early to tell whether this program will bear fruit. I hope it does, but it's gonna take a long time. A generation arm or two. Do you know the damage that's been done by redlining and just investment and Gun violence. There's it's a big big turn of the aircraft carrier that No, that Lightfoot and talks are trying to achieve and it's going to take a long time to do it. There is so much when it comes to people moving into the city. People living in the city. Transportation is so important because it's such a big area and you've got to still be able to get around. And it's much easier. People don't necessarily have to have cars. Is the city doing enough? No, this gets a little more planning than architecture. But is the city doing enough of marrying the building with the transportation needs and planning that out and Keeping that I don't know so that we don't get over congested in certain ways. Um, there have there have been some advances in that area. I mean, Rahm Emanuel, in particular was very strong on On transportation and really under him. There was a foundation of the Red line. The frown lines on notably, some very handsome transit stations were completed. Um, the millennium, The Washington Wall. Bast station became like a gateway to Millennium Park, And there were many others. Carol Ross Barney, a very fine architect did really handsome station to black station. That, um, serves as a gateway to McCormick Place, and she also did the Morgan station on the green line that Is a gateway to the gentrifying area on the near West side. So, um, at the same time, they're still big challenges. Uh, the extension of the Red line for their south past. 95th Street is a big issue, one that you know is really needed to provide access to jobs. Ondo opportunity, Economic opportunity for people on the far South side. So, um To Nick's story. Um, you know, there are there are some good things and not so and something's still very much on the civic agenda that really need to be accomplished. Well, going a little bit hand in hand with that part of having a city in an open lakefront is the accessibility to get around not just by transportation. But by enjoying the city itself, And that way, I guess there have been a lot of trails the 606 certainly the most famous but other trails that are connecting parts of the city. More and more. Um, are we happy with how those air turning out and how those blend in with the city and and joined the city together? Well, I mean, the six of six has been a fascinating and fraught development. It was part of Emmanuel's pushed to take Anachronistic. Facilities from the industrial age, Whether it be an old rail line that supplied, you know businesses. On factories like as 606 Woz, or makes field and turn them into Park land because they were essentially outmoded. So the problem with the success six was that Everyone thought it was going to. Everyone thought it would be a great thing because it would bring open space much needed open stays to areas where that could easily be described as park desserts like food deserts. They just didn't have a lot of open space. And this was a way that Alleviate that problem, you know, but no one really thought About the consequences of of doing this, and that's what you want. Six of six went in all these landlords moved in. They bought a property. They poured on homes. And you know that led to the gentrification I discussed earlier, so One of the things in the future that's really important is anticipating the consequences of Improve public spaces and ensuring that the very people who those spaces are supposed to help her not hurt by them s Oh, that's gonna be a challenge in the future for the city. You know you want Um, good development. You know, good park land to go hand in hand with improving communities, not, you know, forcing people out. There is an incredible amount of lakefront property. South south of the Museum of Science and Industry and Forget what the site it's called. Is it the steelworks site? Or Southwark? U. S Steel plant the old U. S steel plant a lot of what could be incredibly beautiful lakefront property. And I know that's been debated back and forth and plans have been made. I don't know if anything is even set right now or where that is all that. What do you hope for? I mean, that's like that Z property that's kind of once in a lifetime property for the city to figure out what really should happen there. Is that going to be done well by planners, or is the city keeping control of what happens there? Are you worried about that? Well, U. S Steel based in Pittsburgh still owns the property and they you know, they have been, um Not exactly.
"chicago bungalow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Okay, would it even be worth our while knowing we're selling in two years? To try to get this mortgage lowered without Backtracking and going Negative each month and set a positive. You're not going to principal carefree. Forget about the principal. Okay? You've got other debt That's more pressing than your mortgage right if we could get you from 3.875 down into the high twos, low threes. Cover your closing costs. And on that size loan, you're probably going to save at least 100. If not 150 to 200 bucks. Does that make sense? It would have. The other loans were lower than what you're going to be. What would you would be offering Because a car loan is at a 2.0? It doesn't matter. How much do you all on the Carlo? Uh, 60,000. It's a huge 2 50 trucks and strike going right down there. Hey, everybody before Hold on a boat. Maybe maybe a tree. Yeah. No, it's just a look. 3 Ft. All right. Nice. Hey, love better. Just, you know, just because just because Because I can't How much credit card debt. You got anything? 15 15 G's total 15. How much is that caution you about 1000 bucks a month 200 bucks on 2 to 300 a month to 50. All right, so if we could take our us growing your taxes No, I am not. Okay, So how much is your mortgage payment right now? Way down the home. We are on my rental property. I'm not care about the rest of us are we are growing it. Okay, Payments are 2100 month. So here's what we're gonna do. If you refinance. I'm gonna give you a scenario right if we could refinance Load up your escrow account. Cover a monthly mortgage payment Create like a $78,000 economic bubble. Right? Maybe a $10,000 bubble use that $10,000 bubble to pay down your $15,000 worth of debt. Save yourself 150 to $200, and we could cover all your closing costs. Doesn't that make sense? It would. Except that the debt is in my businesses account from putting renovations into this business building that has nothing to do with their normal account. Okay, so forget about it. It's still dead. Right? So your money It's still your money. Okay, so you could pay it off where you could take that money and just just put it back into the house at a much lower rate. It still makes sense. I'm gonna lower your payment cover all your costs, and when you sell your house in two years, you'll have more equity and it's going to get a full closing cost credit. Doesn't that sound great? It does, then then that's what we're going to do. And you know what kind of sound even better. What's that going to send you? Mr Floor Cleaning product doesn't get much better than that Sound great. Cool. Just listening to that, too. I was like, Hey, I'll have to try that product. That blind guy likes it. Yeah, I like that one second there, my friend. We're gonna take care of the 31 to 91. 3129817200 Linda in Chicago. You have got a question for Jeremy and Mr Per Maciel. How are you, Linda? I'm well, Thank you about yourself. I'm great. You got great pipes. They're like you. You you, You should do like a smooth jazz show on the week. Oh, my goodness. Oh, my goodness. I am looking up with Chicago bungalow and I have a large concrete floor on my porch, okay? And the drainage hole. On my port has been blocked for years and years and years. It has always had water puddle up. But now is just getting ridiculous and I'm older and I cannot handle it. I'd like to know if I can have that repaired or change so that the water that comes on the porch would drain out and into my front yard instead of down, Um through my basement. Roy and Jeremy. Yeah, I'm not touching this. This is way out of my skis. I'm sorry. It was Linda. It's Linda in Chicago. And that s so you're in Chicago. Uh, this is an outside on enclosed porch like a patty or something like a stoop. Is a plant port. And yes, it is outside. It's not even close. Typically in in Chicago, the drains go all the drains go down to end up with the city sewer. So apparently is been clawed its probably, you know, gone. On. We can try riding it out. But it could be claps or whatever is probably an old clay Linus collapse. So, uh, All right. All right. Before you go into further, let me at my dad and say it clearly enough. Okay, uh, The water off. The clock is on the front porch and my son put a golf ball in it when he was very, very young. Now my neighbors have fortress like this, and I see that they have double the dreams. Out and onto the front. Died in my house. That is a pipe that the water comes down into the Basement and probably Dusko out into the city. But the cost of the block it it cannot go down into my basement, actually, so it just stays in. And when enough water, father snow melt, it accumulates. Well, I think we could definitely help you with it is one of two ways we can try and camera clean that line out. See if we resurrect it, Make it work. And if it doesn't, if you have enough grade, we can reroute it to the front yard. We can do this. We do both things. So if you give us a call 804 to 1 seal Uh, 804 to 17325. We consider it a free estimate will come out and evaluate situation like you know what your options are and give you a free estimate. How's that? That sounds wonderful. I would like that very much, All right. And and the next time that Roy's on, you're gonna call back and say how great it worked out for you, Okay, I'll do that right and keep golf balls at your kid's hands. Would you please irresponsible use of golf balls 31 to 91 7200 Gonna send Linda a. Mr for cleaning product. Go to WGN. No. Go to Mr Ford, Calm type and WGN for promo code off for discount off your first purchase. 312981 70 00 Last 14 minutes of the show..