Thank you to all who celebrated 45 years with us!

On May 19, CRN invited members, partners, and friends to join us at Revolution Brewing in Logan Square in celebration of our 45th anniversary. The evening included time to reconnect with colleagues from around the city as well as a program honoring Polk Bros. Foundation Senior Program Officer Deborah E. Bennett, Chicago 27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett, and WBEZ report Natalie Moore for their legacies of support for affordable housing. Together, we reflected on CRN's 45 years of work for development without displacement and launched "The Road to 50"--a campaign to propel CRN forward toward a half-century of commitment to affordable housing development and preservation. Thank you to all who joined us and to our generous event sponsors. Your support makes our work possible and we look forward to traveling the Road to 50 with you!        









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