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The city of Chicago has the constitutional authority to require developers of new condo and apartment buildings to designate a portion of the project as “affordable housing,” a federal judge has said - and developers should enter into a new project understanding the rule could apply to them, despite efforts to avoid it.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision last month to not hear a California case challenging the constitutionality of an inclusionary housing ordinance should not have any impact on a similar lawsuit pending in Cook County.
A Chicago-based home builder and the local trade association which represents the company and others like it has sued the city of Chicago, alleging the city’s so-called affordable housing ordinance amounts to an unconstitutional seizure of property by City Hall.