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‘I can already see that happening,’ says Chickie Grayson of the prospect of widespread housing that blends market-rate and affordable units. ‘But it’s going to take a long time.’ (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Urban Land Institute recognizes Grayson (access required)

Chickie Grayson said she was defined as an “urban guerrilla” by Marion Pines, former executive director of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, because she’s a member of a generation that wanted to live in the city and help create high-quality safe communities.