Curtis Horton and Henrietta Riley walk through a hallway to reach the room they have called home for over a year at the Chateau Hotel. The hotel is one of the last remanding affordable housing options in Lakeview. Photo by Jonathan Gibby A handwritten inscription of Psalm 23 hangs on a wall in the couple’s one room home. According to a lawyer acting on behalf of the hotel’s new owner, funding has been acquired to gut and rehab 3838 N. Broadway, leaving residents that have few other options panicked. Photo by Jonathan Gibby Henrietta Riley opens her closet door revealing the canned goods and storage space used to hold other food items. “It’s not much, but it’s ours,” said Riley. Photo by Jonathan Gibby A small bathroom connects to the main living area of the one room home that Curtis Horton and Henrieta Riley have lived in for over a year at Chateau Hotel. Photo by Jonathan Gibby Henrietta Riley watches television after attending a housing court session attended by the lawyer of the hotel’s new owner and Alderman James Cappleman (46th). Poor living conditions and numerous city violations were the topics discussed in length by the legal teams, while residents were mostly concerned with keeping their homes. Photo by Jonathan Gibby A calendar with the word “SAVAGES” is seen on a wall in the couple’s home. Horton marked the calendar with this phrase when he purchased this movie several weeks ago. Photo by Jonathan Gibby Curtis Horton, who has lived in the Chateau Hotel for about a year, walks through the hallway outside of his home. Photo by Jonathan Gibby More Reads by TCRNo rooms for refugeFebruary 18, 2013In "Housing"A shifting SRO scene: When the housing of last resort disappearsDecember 27, 2013Similar postChicago teachers go on strike for first time in 25 yearsSeptember 10, 2012In "Gallery"