CNI is a not-for-profit community development corporation focused on mixed-use real estate developments on Chicago’s Far South Side and is a Community Development Entity investing New Market Tax Credits in high impact neighborhood projects. Chicago neighborhood initiatives was formed in 2010 to coordinate resources, economic development and neighborhood revitalization efforts in chicagoland’s low-to-moderate income neighborhoods.
CNI seeks to revitalize neighborhoods and create jobs by developing high impact projects, providing financial resources to entrepreneurs and sustaining long-term community partnerships. Doig has leads CNI and its partner US Bank in the development of Pullman Park, a 200-acre mixed-use redevelopment of a former Ryerson Steel site.
David Doig is a seasoned professional in community development, real estate, finance, and government. Doig is President of Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives (CNI). In over twenty years of living and working in the city of Chicago, David Doig has become an expert on how cities and neighborhoods work. From real estate development to government finance, Doig has provided leadership and expertise at all levels. Doig graduated from Wheaton College and received a master’s degree in social science, with an emphasis on urban policy, from the University of Chicago.
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