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    • About Bronzeville Artist Lofts (19 entries)

      • BAL offers sixteen live/work spaces for rent in a renovated historic building, the former Jones Brothers Ben Franklin Store at 436-442 East 47th Street, Chicago, Illinois. Bronzeville Artist Lofts is ...
      • The Near NorthWest Arts Council is an artist-directed non-profit organization that is committed to creating sustainable creative community and works with Bronzeville Artist Lofts LLC to manage and operate the building. ...
      • Each unit has to have at least one practicing artist. Non-artist family members or roommates are welcome.
      • The definition of an artist, professional, fine artist, cultural activist and artisan is an individual who is actively engaged in some aspect of the arts, including: visual arts, theater, multi-media, dance, ...
      • The live/work spaces have full kitchens, large windows, open plan with high ceilings. Studio units / 845 square feet One Bedroom units / ...
      • Studio $592 - $699 One-Bedroom $621 - $804 Two-Bedroom $748 - $1,175
      • The security deposit is equal to one month's rent.
      • Yes, 1 – 2 people can live in a one-bedroom unit and 1 - 4 people can live in a two-bedroom unit. Keep in mind that income requirements are based on ...
      • Pets are allowed at the project, but there are some limitations. The highest number of pets per household is one. No poisonous pets are allowed. All animals that spray (like male ...
      • The project has adopted some rules about noise. Quiet hours have been set for after 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Friday mornings; and after ...
      • There are three steps to the application process for rental of work/live units at Bronzeville Artist Lofts. Initial Application Submitted Online In addition to the ...
      • The BAL Selection Committee is drawn from local artists and community organizations. The process is friendly and informal, but we take it very seriously; we want members of the BAL community ...
      • The questions are based on selection criteria and asked of every artist applicant. One is a demonstrated commitment to art. The second is a desire to live in and contribute to ...
      • The Bronzeville Artist Lofts project is made possible with financing that encourages affordable housing. As a result, certain building units are restricted to residents who must fulfill certain income limitation requirements. ...
      • The Bronzeville Artist Lofts project is made possible with financing that encourages affordable housing. As a result, certain building units are restricted to residents who must fulfill certain income limitation requirements. ...
      • If an applicant is preliminarily approved and there are no available units, the applicant will be placed on a waiting list. Two waiting lists will be maintained for the project: one ...
      • A. Credit Standing Eligible BAL applicants must have a satisfactory history of meeting financial obligations, including timely payment of rent. Judgments or a history of late ...
      • The BAL development will not discriminate against applicants or residents because of their disability or the disability of anyone associated with them and from treating persons with disabilities less favorably than ...
      • Each artist member of your household will complete a questionnaire as well as submit a photo of themselves to help us to better understand your needs and expectations with regard to ...