The District is created to attract and retain academic centers of excellence, viable health care facilities, medical research facilities, emerging high technology enterprises, and other facilities.
Governed by the Commission, the Roseland Community Medical District (RCMD) is a 100-acre district whose general purpose:
Far South Community Development Corporation (Far South CDC) was hired as the administrative support organization to manage the operations and programs for the Roseland Medical District Commissioners.
In 2021, the City of Chicago funded the comprehensive Master Plan for the 95-acre site. The Master Plan will seek to address the 1) medical needs, 2) public infrastructure, and 3) human investment for the Greater Roseland neighborhood on Chicago's far south side.
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Focus on addressing systemic and chronic healthcare needs.
Connecting and developing public transit, open green space, and utility improvements.
Build on existing and new opportunities in housing, small business, and social services.
There are only a few places throughout the city and suburbs where a community area has multi-modal transit hubs including freight, passenger rail and vehicular public transit, and connections to three interstate highways.