Developments that opted to pay instead of build affordable housing

When residential developers want to build on city-owned land or receive financial help, the city of Chicago requires them to provide a percentage of units at affordable prices or pay into the Affordable Housing Opportunity Fund. WBEZ obtained a list of all payments to that fund totaling more than $77 million, and mapped the developments behind them. | Related story

Note: Projects with multiple payments at the same address have been group together.

Source: City of Chicago