(CBS) — It has been seven years since Cook County opened up family housing to new applicants, so tomorrow a big line is expected at a newly rehabbed development in Ford Heights.

There are 26 units available at Vera Yates Family Housing in Ford Heights.

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“We’ve probably gotten 100 calls or so, asking for information so I think we may have that many people there, maybe twice that many,” said Richard Monocchio, executive director of the Housing Authority of Cook County.

Monoccihio says because of a lack of affordable housing, they expect people from all over the south suburbs.

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“When an opportunity like this occurs, a lot of people take advantage of it because there’s so much need out there,” he said.

Monocchio says they’ll be accepting applications and giving tours starting at 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

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Click here to download a pre-application or visit thehacc.org.