On January 11, 2018, the Illinois' housing development authority opened its first supportive housing development for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD)—the Leavitt Apartments in Flossmoor, Illinois. All six independent living apartments within the development were built for residents with disabilities. Leavitt Apartments was developed by New Star and Brush Hill Development. Funding for the $2.3 million project was provided by the state's Build Illinois Bond Program, which provides affordable housing grants, loans, and investments with an emphasis on serving low-income persons with disabilities. The apartments are designed as community integrated living arrangement (CILA . . .