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Pangea specializes in taking over large swaths of housing stock in struggling neighborhoods across the South and West side. The company is the Chicago Housing Authority’s largest contractor and collects more than $1 million a month in Section 8 housing vouchers, according to a 2016 Sun-Times investigation.
Protesters also called on the Illinois General Assembly to repeal the 1997 Rent Control Preemption Act and institute rent protections statewide.
Several attempts to reach Pangea representatives, including calls and emails, went unanswered.
Protesters criticized Pangea for being quick to file eviction cases against its tenants, then putting them on expensive payment plans to pay off their debts. Protesters also complained about the company’s fees for simple repairs as well as a flat fee for water and sewage.
“Hey hey, ho ho, these bogus evictions have got to go,” the crowd chanted outside Pangea’s corporate offices in the West Loop.
Protesters delivered a mock eviction notice to Pangea Properties on Friday. | Carlos Ballesteros/Sun-Times
Two dozen activists delivered a mock “eviction notice” to one of Chicago’s biggest landlords on Friday in protest of what they deem predatory practices against many low-income tenants.
Asia Teague, a Pangea tenant in South Shore for over eight years, works on a different floor in the building and joined the protest after she heard the chants from her office window.
Teague said she’s twice fallen a month behind on rent for her two-bedroom apartment. Both times, she said, Pangea began eviction proceedings against her.
Pangea Properties, a real estate company, manages 13,000 housing units in hundreds of buildings across Chicago, Indianapolis, and Baltimore.