I spent the morning in Pullman and Roseland talking to local residents and visiting several of the homes on the inaugural Pullman – Roseland Spring Parade of Homes.
My first stop was at North Pullman Place, 10461 S Corliss Ave, where six renovated one- and two-bedroom condo and loft units are priced in the $130s. According to Joyce Chapman, CEO of Pullman Community Development Corporation, the building had previously been “a drug and gang candy store.” The building’s opening marks, according to Reverend Jackson of Christ Community Baptist Church, “a great day for Pullman.”
The event continues tomorrow, so you still have time to go and see historic Pullman and the eight participating homes, which range from condos from the $130s to newly-built 2-flats for $230,000.
We’ll have more video from Pullman and Roseland as the week progresses. In the meantime, you can see some of our previous Pullman videos at YouTube